Scenes From the 2019 Sunbelt Ag Expo in Georgia

North America's Premier Farm Show, the 42nd annual Sunbelt Ag Expo, took place Oct. 15 through 17 at Spence Field in Moultrie, Ga. The expo, which attracts well over 100,000 visitors every year, was once again a memorable show and had more than 1,200 exhibitors showcasing their products and services. The three-day event was completely jam-packed with more than 300 educational seminars and demonstrations for the agricultural industry. CEG

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Both yellow construction iron and green ag machines lined the massive John Deere exhibit area.
Scott Brown (L) and Frank Hollowell, Prinoth factory reps, chose an indoor exhibit to showcase their vegetation management machines and attachments.
In the Don Allison exhibit talking about the Manitou MLT 625-75H telehandler on display (L-R) are John Schoessow of S.I. Feeders; Chris Ergle, Don Allison Equipment; and John Rau and Mike Disser of Manitou.
The Husqvarna chainsaw sculping always draws a tremendous crowd of spectators.
In a sea of static exhibits, attendees had the opportunity to operate a backhoe attachment on a Massey Ferguson GC1725M tractor in the AGCO exhibit area.
Kubota displayed a wide array of tractors and machines including skid steer loaders and compact track loaders sporting a variety of specialty attachments.
At the FAE USA exhibit area, representatives from Atlantic & Southern Equipment joined the FAE staffers (L-R) including Adam Montague, Chad Florian, Adrian Majka, Bradley Wiseman, John Hoffmann and Kurt Jackson.
(L-R): Dan Willhelm, Amanda Johnson, Darius Prentice, Randy Tinley and Neil Rountree of MacKinnon JCB came to the show with an impressive display of JCB machines.
Ownership and key staffers of Crosby Equipment were out promoting their lines of machines (L-R) including Jay Crosby, Jerome Crosby, Brandon Hunter and David Crockett.
Attendees swarmed the Yancey Bros. Co. display area to see a vast array of Cat machines and attachments on display and to check out the 0 percent for 60 months finance deal they were promoting.
Deep in discussion of the attachments in the Loftness exhibit area (L-R) are Fred Webb, a farmer based in Panama City, Fla.; Neil Rountree, MacKinnon JCB; and Blake Eavenson of Loftness Mfg., Ortonville, Mich.
The KIOTI exhibit brings enough machines and equipment knowledge to the show to become an authorized onsite full service distributor.
Fecon and its local dealer, Tractor & Equipment Co., join forces to promote the Fecon line of mulching machines and attachments (L-R) including Scott Deitz, Frank Plotts, Britt Hefner, Scott Burson and John Lake.