NEW ULM Technology, farming tips and fun were all available Friday at the 32nd annual Hub Club Farm Show at the New Ulm Civic Center.
A sizable crowd turned out throughout the day to tour the 114 booths that featured a variety of services and equipment available for area farmers.
A notable addition this year is the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency booth, which is offering detailed inform explanations of the regulations for feedlots and manure usage. The booth is also accepting written questions about other area of MPCA regulation, which will be forwarded to the those able to reply with answers. The Hub Club has been working for several years to be able to arrange an MPCA booth at the event.
Staff photo by Josh Moniz
Jordan Bonnifield, of Hanska, helped Bailey Johnson, of Courtland, pet the baby chicks at the FFA display at New Ulm’s Farm-City Hub Club Farm Show on Friday at the New Ulm Civic Center.
The FFA booth also repeated its annual offering of games alongside live petting displays of baby chicks and young goats. Information on the organization is also available at the booth.
The show will continue today from 10 a.m until 5 p.m.