Canada’s Digital Farm Show delivered interactive content from the field, giving participants a unique vantage point to see equipment and agricultural technology in a way they have not been able to before.
Canada’s Digital Farm Show featured unique programming like crop plot tours, equipment demonstrations, dairy and livestock automation, an exhibitor showcase featuring hundreds of agricultural companies and more.
Attendees had the opportunity to live-chat with representatives from participating companies, take advantage of show specials and gain entries to the Flip & Win with Farmtario content, presented in partnership with Canada’s Digital Farm Show and New Holland.
A compelling element of the programming was a digitally delivered Innovations Showcase series. The Showcase, now in its third year, provided an easy way for farmers to find the newest inventions and innovations out there. In honour of the show going digital, a new category was added for 2020, Digital Innovations.
The series featured a number of sessions including a keynote, and sessions to highlight the different participants from the five categories: Equipment Innovations, Livestock Innovations, Crop Innovations, Agri-business Service Innovations and the new category, Digital Innovations. As always, all of the products and services that were featured had to be truly innovative, be relevant to farmers and farm businesses, and be new within the last year.
Next year's edition of Canada's Outdoor Farm Show will take place on September 14, 15 & 16, 2021.
Our dedicated Exhibitor Showcase area is filled with engaging content from hundreds of agricultural companies including exclusive product launches, new products and services for farmers, detailed and downloadable product information, videos, show specials, polls, one-to-one chats and more.
Canada’s Digital Farm Show, a free digital event for farmers that featured equipment demonstration video series, virtual crop plot tours, livestock programming, an education-based knowledge series and applied research projects took place on September 15, 16, 17 & 18, 2020. Video content is available now.
SEPTEMBER 14, 15 & 16