The expo, which consistently attracts approximately100,000 visitors, had more than 1,200 exhibitors showcasing their products and services representing more than 4,000 different product lines, as well as an onsite opportunity for in-depth learning through educational seminars and demonstrations at the venue's 600-acre world renowned research farm.
As at every Sunbelt Ag Expo, there was a whole lot of orange packed into the Kubota exhibit for anyone engaged in the ag, construction, or turf industry.
Some of the representatives from Paladin that were at Sunbelt Ag promoting their line of attachments included (L-R) Marty Owen, Chad Major, Ned Yost and Terry Thein.
The all new Supertrak SK170 was displayed in the Supertrak exhibit. Discussing the productivity of this excavator mulching unit are (L-R) Tom King, Supertrak, Punta Gorda, Fla.; Ricky Pellegrino, RPM Landworks, West Palm Beach, Fla., who recently purchased this first production unit; and Dave Evans also of Supertrak.
Neil Rountree (R) of MacKinnon JCB, Tifton, Ga., talks with the guys from Dewayne Oaks Poultry Waste Management, based in Eva, Ala., about the advantages of utilizing a JCB Teleskid in their operations.
The KIOTIs get larger every year at Sunbelt Ag.
New Holland had a wide array of compact and mini-equipment at its exhibit area.
It was like a bullpen for antique tractor owners as they waited to parade their well-restored pieces through the show.
They were literally bringing attendees in by the trailer load at this year’s Sunbelt Ag show.
Local dealers and the manufacturer work together to promote the Fecon line of products. (L-R) are John Lake, Tractor & Equipment Co., Columbus, Ga.; Kyle Schofield and Frank Plotts, Fecon, Lebanon, Ohio; Bob Raley, Tractor & Equipment Co., Macon, Ga.; and Doug Haas, Tractor & Equipment Co., Albany, Ga.
A Deere skid steer loader and compact track loader stood out in the sea of green in the John Deere exhibit.
(L-R): Hyundai’s Shaun Galligan; Hyundai dealer representatives David Crockett, Jeremy Register, Jerome Crosby and Brandon Hunter of Crosby Equipment; and Hyundai’s Chad Parker brought out some big Hyundai iron to the Ag Expo.
Situated right next to the Crosby equipment exhibit was the Dieci exhibit, which is another line that is represented by Crosby. (L-R) are David Crockett, Crosby Equipment; Kevin Cook and Jorge Salas, Dieci United States, Wyalusing, Pa.; and Jerome Crosby, owner of Crosby Equipment.
FAE USA brought a huge display of mulchers, tillers and grinders including the stout FAE SFM-250 forestry tiller (shown here) and FAE representatives including (L-R) Kurt Jackson, Lee Smith, Giorgio Carera and Kris Saylors.
(L-R): Yancey Bros. Co./Yancey Rents’ Andrew Gaston, Heath Layton, Tim Erkhart, and Tyler Heath await the next wave of guests to stop by their exhibit.
Talking about the features of a Ditch Witch SK800 mini-skid steer are (L-R) Ronnie Burch and Gary Morris of Ditch Witch of Georgia, Albany, Ga.; and Buddy Weigelt of Buddy’s Tractor Service, Crystal River, Fla.
Blake Eavenson (L) and Bill Schafer of Loftness Mfg., Hector, Minn., had a nice selection of ag and construction attachments in their display area.