Husker Harvest Days 2017


Husker Harvest Days 2017

Mark your calendars – Husker Harvest Days 2017 will take place on September 12-14.

Now in its 40th year, Husker Harvest Days ( will bring together anywhere from 400-600 exhibitors to Grand Island, NE from across the nation and even abroad. These businesses, made up predominantly of farmers and ranchers, ag businesspeople, and ag-related companies, will have the opportunity to connect with thousands of people – in past years, attendance has been over 100,000, which is incredible. Its impact on our state’s economy is major, as is the impact of these businesses on our lives locally, regionally, and nationally. Agriculture is profoundly significant here in Nebraska – it’s a billion-dollar industry that accounts for a sizeable portion of our thriving business climate. In fact, estimated to account for around one-fourth of the state’s total economy, it’s a percentage share that’s unmatched elsewhere in North America with the exception of South Dakota. What’s produced here in Nebraska is feeding our fellow Americans, and those across the world too.

Husker Harvest Days is the world’s largest totally irrigated working farm show, and the area’s largest and most complete one, featuring the latest equipment, supplies and technologies available to today’s producers. Attendees have a multitude of opportunities at this event, which is geared towards Nebraska and western Corn Belt agriculture. The newest tractors, combines and harvesters, grain-handling equipment, and irrigation technologies will be on display. Watch and even participate in live demonstrations of these as well as new models of pickups and ATVs, with all of the experts on-hand to answer questions. Or, check out the field demonstrations, crop technology exhibits, and livestock handling demonstrations. There’s so much more too; you really have to see to believe all of the amazing things going on at Husker Harvest Days, just ask anyone who has been before. With an exhibit field spanning 80 acres, it’s a massive display of what’s happening in agriculture today and what the future holds.

If you plan on attending this year, make sure to stop by and check out our featured exhibitors!

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Swinger-Husker Harvest Days

Booth Number: 260
1501 NE Broadway Ave, # 1
Des Moines, IA 50313

Nebraska Soybean Board-Husker Harvest

Booth Number: 8
3815 Touzalin Ave., Ste. 101
Lincoln, NE 68507

Mil-Stak-Husker Harvest Days

Booth Number: 359
2201 Hwy 30 W
Fruitland, ID 83619

Brothers Equipment-Husker Harvest

Booth Number: 250
1002 1st Street
Friend, NE 68359

Conklin AgroVantage-Husker Harvest Days

Booth Number: DIBN1575
P.O. Box 6664
Lincoln, NE 68506











Swinger-LogoSwinger Mfg. ( is a company with products made by grain producers for producers. The Swinger hopper mover eliminates getting in and out of the semi-truck to unload grain from the field. With the easy to use fob, nothing stands in the way of the auger repositioning. Swinger utilizes two direct drive motors that provide enough power and torque to effortlessly move your hopper throughout the long days.

Swinger Mfg. warrants the Swinger for one (1) year from the date of purchase against product defects. Try the Swinger for 60 days and if you aren’t completely satisfied, we will refund you the full purchase price (excluding shipping).

If your Swinger needs repair during the warranty period, the product can be returned to Swinger Mfg. in Des Moines, IA.

If you have additional questions about your Swinger, contact us (844) 763-3490 or Swinger Mfg. is located at 1501 NE Broadway, Suite 1 Des Moines, IA 50313.

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Nebraska Soybean Board-LogoThe Nebraska Soybean Board (NSB) ( looks forward to joining you at Husker Harvest Days 2017. Along with other commodities, we will be discussing the importance of Nebraska farming in international trade and marketing, animal agriculture and other related topics.

High Oleic soybeans arrived in Nebraska during the growing season of 2016, and they continue to improve product nutrition and extend shelf life. This variety has expanded the market for soybean oil and offers a premium to producers in specific areas. Take Action, a farmer-focused education platform, will also be on display to target weed and pest management and encourage farmers to utilize practices that decrease the impacts of herbicide-resistant weeds.

Stop by our booth and visit our other commodities in the Ag Commodities Building along Main Street at Husker Harvest Days 2017! For more information about the NSB, visit our website at

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Brothers Equipment-LogoBrothers Equipment, Inc. (, a family-owned agricultural business specializing in fertilizer application parts and equipment, was started in 1975 in the small town of Friend, Nebraska. With over 40 years of experience, Brothers Equipment has been committed to finding innovative products and technology that increase your yield and profits, by providing equipment from a variety manufacturers to meet your specific application needs.

Our sales and parts departments are committed to service making sure your fertilizer equipment is ready for the field. Our inventory is fully stocked with new and used equipment and parts for all makes and models. Products we carry include: Salford/BBI Spreaders, PLA Sprayers, Kraus Blending, Case IH Fertilizer, Montag Dry, Banjo, CDS John-Blue, Hypro, Ace, TeeJet, Ag Hose, Raven, Shield NH3, KZ valves, and much more!

For more information and to see our online catalog, please visit or call (800) 742-7746. You can also visit our facebook page at

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Conklin-AgroVantage-LogoAt Husker Harvest Days’ booth #DIBN1575 (North Diversified Industries Building, towards the middle of the show site) once again Conklin’s AgroVantage System ( will be on full display with representatives from all across Nebraska. AgroVantage is the largest division of Conklin Company, and with more than half of the NCGA, national winners utilizing this system, you can see why they call it “The Company of Champions.” Back in the late 60’s AgroVantage released it’s first wetting agent called Wex and from there has continued to develop a no-nonsense, systems approach to higher yields with a focus on lowering a producer’s cost per bushel. They have gone on to develop a state-of-the-art, online soil testing system, built in conjunction with MidWest Labs. Known for some of the best agronomy and soil science training programs, AgroVantage continues to both research, develop and manufacture a crop management system starting from the furrow and working backwards.

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Husker Harvest Days-LogoGrand Island, Nebraska
September 12 – 14, 2017

Tuesday: 8:00 – 5:00
Wednesday: 8:00 – 5:00

Thursday: 8:00 – 4:00