One of the state’s biggest agriculture events is returning to Dodge City Thursday.
“This is my fourth time coming to the show,” Tyler Schaumburg with Shoup Manufacturing said.
Wednesday was a busy day at the Western State Bank Expo.
Schaumburg was one of the many vendors preparing his booth for the three-day agriculture showcase.
“We manufacture and distribute replacement parts for farm machinery,” he said. “All kinds of different replacement parts for tillage, sprayer, platform, combine, different tractor accessories, different replacement lighting.”
The 65th annual 3i Show is kicking off Thursday morning.
It’s a three-day event showcasing industry, implements and irrigation.
“You see everything from cattle equipment, big trucks and that type of thing, irrigation equipment.” President of Western Kansas Manufactures Eddie Estes said. “This is one of the oldest farm shows in the country.”
Estes said attendees will also be able to enjoy a rodeo and over 20 seminars and workshops for all ages.
“There’s probably nothing that you won’t see as far as related to agriculture,” he said.
Doors open tomorrow at 9 a.m. and parking and admission is FREE.
For more information about the event, click here.