Southeast Iowa Farm Show Returns to Fairfield Arts & Convention Center

FAIRFIELD — The Kenny Norton Southeast Iowa Farm Show returns to Fairfield Arts &
Convention Center Saturday, February 26th from 9 am to 3 pm. Admission to the Farm Show is
free and open to the public.
Now in its seventh year, the show has become one of Iowa’s top ag expos, featuring the latest in
machinery, seed technology, grain handling, and more. Sponsors and exhibitors in
agri-businesses throughout Southeast Iowa will be showcasing their latest technology and
making connections with the community. Lunch will be available for purchase from 11 am to 2
pm, served up by the Jefferson County Beef Producers, and there will be activities for children
and families throughout the day.
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig is scheduled to speak at 12 pm on the current state of
agriculture in Iowa and what the industry can expect in the future. Secretary Naig’s presentation
is also free and open to the public.
“It’s really important to us to be able to showcase Southeast Iowa business like this,” says
Fairfield Arts & Convention Director Lindsay Bauer. “Fairfield has this amazing backbone in the
ag industry and getting to partner and support local leaders this way is great.”
The Farm Show will be followed by a performance by country music icon Wade Hayes at 7:30
pm that evening. Tickets to the Wade Hayes concert are $18-$39 and are available to purchase
at or by calling the Box Office at (641) 472-2787.
The Southeast Iowa Farm Show is supported by sponsorship by many area business leaders.
This year’s Presenting Sponsors include Community 1st Credit Union, Jefferson County Farm
Bureau, Jefferson County Supervisors, Iowa State Bank, Pilot Grove Savings Bank, and State
Farm: Agent Shawn McCarty.
Businesses interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at this year’s expo can contact for more information.