Over 300,000 people descend on Louisville, Kentucky, in February each year to take in the biggest, newest, shiniest pieces of agriculture equipment on offer at the National Farm Machinery Show.
See more: Check out all of our coverage from the National Farm Machinery Show here
RealAgriculture’s field editor, Bernard Tobin, took in two days of the show (plus an evening of racehorse memorabilia finding), and captured video of some pretty neat stuff (you’ll see more of it in the weeks to come on the site). In this audio interview, Bernard and RealAgriculture editor Lyndsey Smith talk about some of the highlights of the show, the tractor pull’s pull and what farmers were chatting about most at the show.
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