The exhibitor deadline for Ag Expo 2017 is December 16. The region’s largest agricultural expo reaches 10,000 to 12,000 consumers, farmers and ag-related businesses each year. Very few booths remain available in this show that features new technology, products, services and equipment.
The trade show is a centerpiece of this event that also features educational seminars and exhibits and wide variety of animals.
Last year’s popular Rare Horse Breed Exhibit has been expanded to a Horse Breed Extravaganza for this year. More than 25 horses, including Arabian, Clydesdales, Thoroughbreds, Miniatures and everything in between will showcase their good looks and demonstrate their talents at this year’s show.
Entergy’s Educational Pavilion will feature a series of seminars on basic garden, wine-making, beekeeping, drones, animal nutrition and more. Located on the trade show floor, the seminars will start each hour.
Returning attractions will include a Jr. Livestock show featuring more than 400 animals, stock dog trials featuring Border Collies, the fun and educational Ag Alley and Mini-Farm sponsored by LSU AgCenter, and the Master Gardener Seminar and Forestry Forum organized by LSU AgCenter.
Ag Expo is sponsored each year by the North Louisiana Agri-Business Council, with extensive cooperation from LSU AgCenter, LA Tech University, ULM, Louisiana Cattlemen’s Association, Monsanto, Entergy and many more corporate and media sponsors.
Complete information, including exhibitor applications and event schedules, can be found at www.agexpo.org or by calling 318.355.2495.