The 44th Canada's Farm show will take place from June 21st to 23rd at Evraz Place in Regina. Formerly known as the Farm Progress Show, Canada's Farm Show offers one of Canada's largest ag trade shows and some impressive speaker lineups. After a two-year hiatus, organizers and producers are thrilled to return to a live event format.
Producers will have the opportunity to network, learn, and see some of the latest products and services in the agricultural sector.
This year's Canada's Farm Show Launchpad is hosted by Cherylin Jolly-Nagel of Mossbank, SK. As International Director of the Global Farmer Network, Cherilyn advocates for strong global trade relations and farmers' use of technological advancements. She was also named one of Canada's TOP 50 People of Influence in Agriculture in 2021.
A particular focus of the show will be on AgTech and Farm Digitization, as well as transportation of agriculture and food products.
There will also be talks on Canadian agriculture as a target of activist protest movements, future ag sector changes, and precision technology investments.
Fertilizer Canada's president and CEO, Karen Proud, will be among the keynote speakers, discussing the latest issues, programs and trends related to fertilizer.
On Wednesday, Farm Credit Canada will hold an Empowering Women's conference during the show. The conference, which will be held in the AGT lounge, will include a keynote by Darci Lang and aims to help women improve the balance in their lives between career, family, and wellness.
Participants will gain tools, inspiration, and motivation to become the architects for change they need to succeed, whether they are agriculture students, producers, ranchers, entrepreneurs, or corporate representatives. There will be four speakers, each with a unique perspective and lived experience.
An exciting PBR Rodeo performance will conclude the show on Wednesday night in the Brandt Centre.
Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 on the day of the event. Children 12-17 are $10 in advance or $15 on the day of the event. Admission is free for kids under 12.
Visit Canadasfarmshow.com for more information.