When I saw the WILL Radio booth their banner caught my eye since it says, “Podcasts and Radio on Demand.”
I know you can’t see it here in this picture but you can find their podcasts on their website.
It seems like the number 17 Team Ethanol Indy Car is all over the place. It’s here on display at the Farm Progress Show courtesy of the Ethanol Promotion and Information Council (EPIC). The man who’s been touring this around is Alan Slunecka, farmer and brother to EPIC Executive Director, Tom Slunecka. The vehicle here has a simulator attached and …
I finally got to tour the Monsanto exhibit last night. All I can say is “wow.” It’s got to be the coolest exhibit I’ve seen at this show. I know they’re my sponsor but you’d have to see it to believe
At the Chevrolet exhibit you’ll find XM Satellite Radio.
I know they’re putting these in new cars. Is anyone putting them in new tractors?
It’s a beautiful morning here on the final day of the Farm Progress Show.
I finally had a chance to walk around a little today. One of the first exhibits I wandered through was John Deere.
Our USDA Under Secretary for Rural Development, Thomas Dorr was on hand here at the Farm Progress Show.
Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Johanns toured the Farm Progress Show today.
Afterward he met with the press. He basically summarized the action the administration is taking to help drought-stricken farmers and then talked about renewable energy and energy efficiency funding.
Kelcy’s Mom (left) showed up today to see her daughter blogger in action.
In this picture they’re sitting in on the press conference with U. S. Secretary of Ag, Mike Johanns.
Second Press Conference was held today at 9:30a, talking about Vistive with Monsanto!