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2001 National Farm Machinery Show

See and experience the future of farming innovations, techniques, and
equipment under one gigantic roof at the 36th National Farm
Machinery Show. The largest indoor farm show in America is held
February 14-17 at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center in

This year’s theme, “Cultivating the Millennium,”
stresses the technological explosion that is revolutionizing every
imaginable aspect of the agriculture industry. Livestock and dairy
producers, farmers, distributors, researchers, and other
agribusiness professionals will find the interactive exhibits and
free educational seminars beneficial.

Over one million square feet of the Kentucky Fair & Exposition
Center houses more than 800 exhibits displaying computer software,
electronics, breeder services, chemicals, fertilizers, livestock
supplies, and more. Virtually every major line of equipment will
be featured under one roof, allowing product comparison without
leaving the climate-controlled complex.

Souvenirs, cosmetics, collectibles, jewelry, arts, crafts, and
more are available in the Family Living Center. This area offers a
change of pace from the show floor with unique gifts for friends,
farm toys for the kids, and special accessories for the home.

Admission to the National Farm Machinery Show is free and parking
is $3. Exhibits are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily (Eastern
Standard Time).

Another exciting part of the National Farm Machinery Show is the 33rd Championship
Tractor Pull. Four performances February 14-17 provide the evening entertainment
after a day on the show floor, and an additional performance is offered on Saturday

For more information:

To request a free National Farm Machinery Show brochure, which
includes Championship Tractor Pull ticket information, write to:
National Farm Machinery Show, P.O. Box 37130, Louisville, KY
40233. Or call (502) 367-5004. You can also find them on the
Internet at

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