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92 NEW EXHIBITORS WILL KEEP NEBRASKA POWER FARMING SHOW FRESH


DES MOINES, IA – November 6, 2013: With 92 new exhibitors set to make their debut at the 2013 Nebraska Power Farming Show, attendees are guaranteed to see a ton of exciting new ag products and services. The new additions drive the total number of ag-related exhibitors presenting at the show to over 1,000, making it the second largest indoor farm show in the United States.

New equipment companies attending the 2013 show include: Bigham Brothers; BLU-JET; Calmer Corn Heads; Capello Corn Heads; Chandler Equipment; CL Fabrication; Diamond Mowers; GEI, Inc.; Jesse Company; Kongskilde Industries; MDS Mfg. Co.; Midwestern Equipment; Mustang; Niffty Ag; Turbosaw; and VRTS System.

“It’s important that we keep the lineup of exhibitors fresh so each year farmers continue to see and learn about all the best and latest ag products and services that are available,” said Tom Junge, codirector of the Nebraska Power Farming Show. “We also want farmers to see real equipment at the show, not just literature, which is why we keep adding equipment companies that are bringing exciting new products to market.”

In addition to the many big ag brands that present each year, the Nebraska Power Farming Show also offers smaller innovative companies an opportunity to launch new products. Leading Edge Industries plans to unveil a new product at the show that allows farmers to load their grain trucks precisely and remotely from the cab of their truck. CL Fabrication will introduce its EZ-Puller XL-PRO Skid Steer Tree Puller and multi-purpose grasping tool. And Eck Fabrication will introduce a new patent pending product called Chem-blade, which opens and thoroughly rinses chemical jugs/bags when pouring them into an inductor tank.

For a complete list of exhibitors or to learn more about other new products that will be introduced at the 2013 Nebraska Power Farming Show, please visit www.nebraskapowershow.com.



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