Shows and Events

Gleaner combine harvesters appear every year at a number of farm shows in Canada and the United States. Personnel on the Gleaner marketing team look forward to meeting Gleaner owners at these agricultural trade shows. Not only are ag shows a great way to catch up with Gleaner combine owners, the shows are also a prime opportunity to tell curious owners of competitive combine brands the story of the Natural Flow transverse rotary approach to harvesting used by Gleaner.

Upcoming Events

Canada's Farm Progress Show

June 20 – 22, 2018

1700 Elphinstone Street
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Evraz Place

The Gleaner team will be at Canada’s Farm Progress to showcase the new S9 Series Gleaner feature the Vision Cab and all new Tyton Terminal. Make sure to stop by to talk to our Gleaner representatives to learn more about the Gleaner S9 and sign up to experience the next generation of Gleaner in your conditions.

http://www.myfarmshow.com/

Husker Harvest Days

September 11 – 13, 2018

Grand Island, Nebraska

Husker Harvest Days Lot

Husker Harvest Days has become one of the nation's premier working farm shows, with exhibitors and field demonstrations geared to Nebraska and Western Corn Belt agriculture. It is the nation's largest farm show in which all field crops and plots are irrigated. The half-dozen center-pivot systems and one lateral-move sprinkler that water those crops also are demonstrated during the show. Visitors from Nebraska and more than 20 other states have attended the three-day event. They are welcomed by 500 exhibitors, offering a wide range of ag products and services. Husker Harvest Days was one of the first farm shows to conduct cattle handling demonstrations. And the Nebraska Farmer Hospitality Tent holds one of the largest health screening services available anywhere at an agricultural event.

http://huskerharvestdays.com/

Ohio Farm Science Review

September 18 – 20, 2018

London, Ohio

OSU's Molly Caren Agricultural Center

140,000 visitors from across North America descend on Ohio for the Ohio Farm Science Review. This event is the area’s premier agricultural trade show that takes place over three days and includes thousands of product lines from over 600 exhibitors. See the latest developments in agricultural research, conservation, nutrition, farming and participate in field demos at this yearly event held in London, Ohio.

http://fsr.osu.edu/

Farm Progress Show

August 28 – 30, 2018

Boone, Iowa

Farm Progress Show Lot

What's the secret to success for this popular event? No secret. Just a proven track record for staying on top of economic shifts, changing demographics, emerging issues and advances in technology in a fast-moving industry. Successful farms are cutting edge. So is the Farm Progress Show. This is the country's Largest Trade Show that annually attracts 45,000 visitors from around the globe.

http://farmprogressshow.com/

Big Iron Farm Show

September 11 – 13, 2018

1805 Main Avenue West
West Fargo, North Dakota 58078

Red River Valley Fairgrounds

With 900+ exhibit booths, training sessions, demonstrations and countless opportunities to connect with your peers, there is little doubt that Big Iron is the event for agribusiness. Big Iron Farm Show is the largest farm show in the upper Midwest. This show is held annually in September at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds, West Fargo, North Dakota.

http://bigironfarmshow.com/

Agri-Trade Expo

November 7 – 9, 2018

Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

Westerner Park

Besides the hundreds of our exhibitors who show you only the best new equipment and services in the Agriculture Industry today, we're happy to help with one good reason to attend Agri-Trade in Red Deer, Alberta. How about a free trip for 4 to any Ag Show in North America courtesy of Agri-Trade valued at $10,000? That's right...this year the Agri-Trade Grand Prize will consist of a trip for you and 3 of your family or friends to attend any Ag related show in North America.

http://www.agri-trade.com/

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Press Releases

Today’s Gleaner combines are built upon a strong foundation of harvesting heritage while still introducing new innovations to ensure efficiency, low loss levels, high grain quality and capacity for our producers. Get exciting announcements from the Gleaner team here.