Be sure to register for a chance to win a new lawn tractor at he AGCO/Massey Ferguson Lot. Massey Ferguson Lawn and Garden will sponsor the Grand prize — a Massey
Ferguson 2000 Series Lawn Tractor, 22hp Briggs & Stratton
engine with a 46” cut. Chip
Blalock, Expo Executive Director, presents the keys to last
year’s lucky lawn tractor winner,
Stan Kirk of Kennesaw, Georgia.
You can register to win this year
at the AGCO/Massey Ferguson
Lot on Block D- 4. The drawing
for the mower will be held Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at the Flight
Tower on the Farm Credit Stage.
Register to win
a new lawn tractor
SIGN UP AT NEW LOCATION
You may have seen television ads for
My Pillow. At Expo, you’ll be able to see and
try these pillows in
person in the exhibit
in the Family Living
C- 3) is a new exhibitor that is focused
on getting the most
from irrigation nozzle
tips. The company
built a small arm and
will show sprinkler
heads side by side,
so you can see how
each one applies water to crops. The exhibit will o;er end guns
and nozzles that will show o; water spray
patterns as irrigation is applied over a small
pond in the exhibit area.
Hays LTI will be opening a new manufacturing plant in Camilla, Ga., and will exhibit
its liquid transport products and new products (location E- 4).
AGCO is expected to introduce some
new tractor brands (location D- 4) at this
year’s Expo. You’ll also see a new grain bin
at the AGCO exhibit, since the company has
acquired the grain bin business of GSI.
Zetor will be moving and expanding its
tractor exhibit (location WA- 8).
Suwannee Equipment (location WC- 10)
will be expanding its exhibit. The company
is a representative for a number of di;erent
farm equipment manufacturers.
Farmers who are disabled are especially
invited to attend this year’s Expo. In previ-
ous years, the Agrability Project has been
an exhibit in the agribusiness buildings. This
year, that exhibit has been transformed into
a larger display under the name of Georgia
Georgia Farm Again will have outside
exhibit space (at location A- 9) with exhibits
on handicap accessible tractor cabs, flat bed
trucks with chair lifts, chair lifts for tractors,
and track chairs that can double as wheel-
chairs for use in traveling over rough land.
Show hours will be 8: 30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Tuesday and Wednesday, and from 8: 30 a.m.
until 4 p.m. Thursday. Admission is $10 per
person or $20 for a three-day pass. Children
age 10 and under are admitted free with
During the show, private and charter
airplanes can land next to the exhibits on a
4,500-foot-long runway controlled by the
Federal Aviation Administration.
The Sunbelt Expo’s permanent home is
located on 1,680 acres, four miles southeast
of U.S. Highway 319 on Highway 133 near
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A sustainable living section features numerous exhibits.
• 20” ground clearance
• Two, 3-point, category
0 lift arms (front and rear)
• 84” turning radius
• 20+ implements and
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