DES MOINES, IA – December 5, 2013: The population of Lincoln, Nebraska will surge considerably

next week as thousands of people from across the region swarm the state’s capital for the 2013

Nebraska Power Farming Show, where they will gawk at big iron and futuristic gadgets from the top

agricultural companies in the world.

Growers and ranchers from states like Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and Kansas will rub shoulders with

those from Nebraska at the Lancaster Event Center on December 10-12, as they flow between the

booths of the 1,000-plus ag-related exhibitors who will be presenting at the nation’s second largest

indoor farm show.

“This event was designed to bring together the leading agricultural manufacturers and agribusiness

technology companies in one location, and the list of exhibitors continues to get bigger and better

each year,” said show co-director Will Rogers. “Serious row crop farmers and ranchers looking to see

the best and latest in farming and agriculture don’t want to miss this year’s Nebraska Power Farming


That one location is of course Lincoln. Those traveling from out of state won’t have any trouble finding

the show once they arrive safely in town since the Lancaster Event Center is conveniently located

right off of Interstate-80. Nearby visitors will find comfortable lodging, memorable dining experiences,

and other fun activities for people of all ages. That is, of course, when they aren’t busy enjoying the

excitement of the 2013 Nebraska Power Farming Show, where parking, admission and awesome ag

sights are all free to the public.

“Not many cities in the region are well suited to host such a large event,” said show co-director Tom

Junge. “Many of our attendees travel good distances to attend the show, and they’re happy to do so

because of the great exhibits and year-end buying specials many of our exhibitors offer. But they also

come because Lincoln is such a special city that has so much to offer visitors, particularly families.

It’s the perfect place for a farm show.”

For complete show information and directions, visit

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