Let’s head to the 2024 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky

It is considered one of the biggest indoor farm shows in the country.

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The National Farm Machinery Show in currently underway in Louisville, Kentucky, and it is considered one of the biggest indoor farm shows in the country.

Tammi Arender was in attendance to get a close look at some of the products on display.

Joel Hicks, KIOTI Associate Product Line Manager

Glenn Danuser, Danuser Machine Company

Matt Glendon, Mahindra Senior Director of Marketing & Strategy

Justin Koch, 360 Yield Center Innovation Engineer

Craig Lee, Gerringhoff Senior Director of Marketing & Strategy

Bryan Oakley, LS Tractor Senior National Service Support Manager

Ken Paul, New Holland Product Marketing Manager for High-Horsepower Tractors

Randy Marks, Sukup Material Handling Director

Jon Craig, NACHURS District Sales Manager

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