The typically annual show will be held in Tulare, California. Show organizers pointed to 94% of the show’s booth spaces sold at the beginning of 2022 as demand for the show to return.
“We’re ready to host a live event for an essential industry,” says Jerry Sinift, International Agri-Center CEO. “We made the right call in 2021 to move to a digital show, but ag never stopped, and it’s important to get back to safe gatherings for ag professionals. Driving innovations and solutions happen when we meet and learn from each other.”
More than 95 special events, seminars and demonstrations are scheduled for the three-day show. The schedule of events is available at World Ag Expo.
The following is a summary of three dairy-related innovations that were included in the show’s recently named Top 10 new products.
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