The 50th World AG expo will be happening on February 14-16, 2017 at International Agri Center 4500 South Laspina Street Tulare, California. One of our dealers, Ellis Equipment, will be participating..
It is the 50th anniversary of the "World AG Expo".
World Ag Expo continues to be a marketplace and a celebration of all things ag. When exhibitors succeed, all attendees and farmers transform their operation, and consumers all over the world are positively impacted by the increased efficiency and the continuous re-evaluation of the wonder works of World Ag Expo.
Last year, attendees and exhibitors from all over the U.S. and several countries came to the show grounds to join in the largest annual outdoor agricultural expo in the world, which spans over 2.6 million square feet of exhibit space. The three-day show housed over 1,500 exhibitors and hosted a record-breaking 106,349 attendees.
You may visit Ellis Equipment at booth N17, they will be displaying Hustler Equipment.
Show attractions includes: Agriculture Tours, scholarships, seminars, top-10 New Products, toyota giveaway, wine & cheese pavilion and many others.
For more info visit www.worldagexpo.com
We are excited to see you there!
Here's a video clip of last year's expo. The 2016 World Ag Expo snippet.
About Ellis Equipment:
ELLIS EQUIPMENT is a full-service wholesale distributor to ag and construction equipment dealers in the Western USA, with warehouses in Clackamas OR and Logan UT, Territory Managers in each market area, and full service, assembly and parts departments. ELLIS spreads the costs of marketing, dealer finance and product support among its manufacturers. That increases the choices and lowers the costs for equipment dealers and their customers. These manufacturers often lead the industry in product quality, features and benefits. ELLIS EQUIPMENT is family-owned, the third generation since 1938, and with a tradition of friendly service. Visit their website at www.ellisequipment.com
Hustler has been designing and building farm equipment since 1961. We combine a love for machines with creativity, an understanding of farming, and a passion for discovering better ways to do everyday tasks.