Ag in Motion, Western Canada’s Outdoor Farm Expo, is moving to an online format for 2020. The new format, “Ag in Motion Discovery Plus,” will give visitors access to all the latest in farm equipment and innovations, on-demand and free of charge.

Last year, nearly 31,000 people flocked to the Ag in Motion site, just outside Langham, Sask., to see the latest and greatest at 550 exhibits spread across the event’s 640 acres. This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, Ag in Motion visitors will be able to attend from the comfort of their own homes or offices.

Ag in Motion Discovery Plus promises to deliver an engaging farm show experience, albeit a virtual one. Highlights will include:

  • Side-by-side videos of air seeders and tillage equipment, allowing farmers to compare product details and benefits that will help make informed purchasing decisions.
  • Virtual Ride & Drives featuring high-clearance sprayers and UTVs.
  • Crop plot tours delivered with time-lapse photography, along with interviews with representatives to discuss what’s new in the product line for 2020, as well as benefits of their different varieties.
  • An Exhibitor Showcase featuring engaging content from hundreds of agricultural companies.
  • Contests, chats, show specials and other ways to interact with agricultural companies and other farmers.

Ag in Motion Discovery Plus will be held online, July 21-25, 2020. Click here to learn more.

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