Indoor Farm Show Attracts Farmers

Western Farm Show to kick off Feb. 21 in Kansas City.

Published on: Feb 7, 2014

Whether you're a farmer looking for the latest in new farm equipment, a rancher interested in livestock handling techniques and supplies for your operation or an indoor tractor pull fan, the Western Farm Show offers something for just about anyone involved or interested in agriculture.

Scheduled Feb. 21-23 at the American Royal Complex in Kansas City, Mo., the 2014 Western Farm Show promises all of these attractions and much more. Now in its 53rd year, the event will once again feature over 500 exhibitors and more than 400,000 square feet of floor space filled with aisles and aisles of new equipment, buildings, fertilizer, feed, seed and other farm products.

"The Western Farm Show is a great destination for farm families throughout the Midwest and definitely the place to be," said Ken Dean, Western Farm Show manager. "Located in the heart of agriculture, it not only showcases the latest innovations in agriculture, but also offers the opportunity to experience all the other exciting attractions the show has to offer."

PULLING THROUGH: The Outlaw Truck and Tractor Pulling Association is expected to draw 125 drivers and vehicles from the Midwest to Kemper Arena.
PULLING THROUGH: The Outlaw Truck and Tractor Pulling Association is expected to draw 125 drivers and vehicles from the Midwest to Kemper Arena.

Show highlights
Highlights of the 2014 Western Farm Show will include:

The Championship Tractor Pull, with Doug Roberts and the Outlaw Truck and Tractor Pulling Association.  Expected to draw 125 drivers and vehicles from throughout the Midwest with $56,000 in prize money at stake, this highly popular competition will be held Friday and Saturday nights, Feb. 21-22, at Kemper Arena, adjacent to the American Royal. A separate admission is required.