Largest Sioux Empire Farm Show Takes Over Sioux Falls

Twenty-two percent more vendors added because of Denny Sanford Premier Center

Anything that has to do with agriculture is in Sioux Falls at the 62nd annual Sioux Empire Farm Show.

From exhibits, stock shows and educational programs, thousands of people have plowed their way to make this farm show the largest in its history.

The opening of the Denny Sanford Premier Center has allowed the show to expand its vendors by 22 percent, giving show-goers every opportunity to see the new things the world of agriculture has to offer.

Ronald Bormaster, show manager, says, “With what’s going on in the farming industry today, if you want to find it it’s right here at this farm show, newest and greatest it’s right here.”

All events, with the exception of the Mayor’s Roundup and Pony Pull and Draft Horse Pull, are free of charge to the public. The exhibits are open from nine to five on Thursday and nine to four on Friday.

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