We're entering Day 2 of Husker Harvest Days with the promise of a little cooler weather and the hope that nature's 'dust control' has moved away. Overnight rain did little more than make for a smoother start on Day 2 - and according to Matt Jungmann, events manager, demonstrations are a "go."
The show, which opened Tuesday, was met with a solid first-day crowd and warm temperatures. As visitors sought shade, they also looked for new products and they found them aplenty. From new tractors and equipment from all the major manufacturers, to new high-tech tools from a wide range of other manufacturers, it was a day where a farmer could learn plenty.
Husker Harvest Days is also the only fully irrigated show and major irrigation manufacturers are on hand too showing off a wide range of tech and innovation. With water management a growing issue, Husker Harvest Days is the place to be to learn more about tools that innovate irrigation.
In addition a wide range of Ride N Drive events are slated, so you can get your chance to drive a new pickup, rough up a utility vehicle or two, and more. The 2013 Husker Harvest Days event is the biggest yet and the staff and exhibitors are ready for Day 2!