Sunbelt 35th Ag Expo Draws Approximately 100,000 Guests

Wed October 30, 2013 - Southeast Edition
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Clint Holcombe (L) of JCB of Georgia and Chris Shea of Grid-Iron Aftermarket in Pooler, Ga., are ready for the next wave of expo attendees to visit the JCB “mobile lounge.”
Clint Holcombe (L) of JCB of Georgia and Chris Shea of Grid-Iron Aftermarket in Pooler, Ga., are ready for the next wave of expo attendees to visit the JCB “mobile lounge.”
Clint Holcombe (L) of JCB of Georgia and Chris Shea of Grid-Iron Aftermarket in Pooler, Ga., are ready for the next wave of expo attendees to visit the JCB “mobile lounge.” Aubrey Halstead (L) and Kenny Davis of Flint Equipment Company in Albany, Ga., put the finishing touches on their John Deere exhibit and hang a sign over the all-new Deere 204K wheel loader. (L-R): Jim Rogers of Yancey Bros. in Valdosta, Ga.; Kerry Glass of Yancey Bros. in Albany, Ga.; and Dan Wages of Caterpillar Financial in Atlanta, Ga., prepare to talk to customers about product offerings and financing options. (L-R): Johnny Lawhorn of Taylor County Board of Commissioners —road  and bridge department in Butler, Ga., and his wife Jean Lawhorn talk to Christina Clark, ASC Construction Equipment, SDLG segment manager, Charlotte, N.C.,  about the new SDLG load (L-R): Keith Gilliland, Mill Penny, Nick Tullo, Christina Clark, James Holcombe and Jack Evans, all of ASC Construction Equipment and SDLG, put the spotlight on the new SDLG loaders. (L-R): Allen Tennis, Dave Evans, Nathan Frazier, Earl Allsobrook, Giorgio Carera, Jack H. Moore and J.R. Moore of FAE USA and PrimeTech USA display the newest forestry mulching machines and attachments. Kubota Tractor Corporation tractors lined up and ready for the expo. (L-R): Phil Lucius, Clint Blair and Alex Wood of Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers in Newnan, Ga., promote upcoming auctions for construction equipment.

Sunbelt held its 35th Sunbelt Ag Expo Oct. 15 to 17 in Moultrie, Ga. Approximately 100,000 guests attended the event known as “North America’s Premier Farm Show.” Among the activities available to attendees, more than 1,200 exhibitors showcased the latest breakthroughs in farming technology.

Visitors were treated to tram rides to the fields where cotton, peanuts, corn, soybeans and hay are harvested. This provided a close up view of harvesting demonstrations, tillage demonstrations, equipment driving ranges, irrigation technology and precision ag demonstrations.

For more information visit www.sunbeltexpo.com