The family living center is a spot to do some shopping and relax at the show.
A crowd gathers around a video of the Geringhoff revolutionary corn head, which was unveiled in an event at last year's show and, since then, has attracted lots of attention at shows and online.
A customer checks out the dolls at Granny's Farm Kids booth in the Family Living Center.
The brand-new, innovative Kinze 4900 planter attracted crowds of interested attendees throughout the show.
Many women and young girls wanted a chance to snap a photo with the pink utility vehicle and tractor that Kioti was auctioning off for breast cancer research and awareness.
These kids were riding through the show in some custom-made Massey Ferguson mini tractors. Their father said he made the tractors himself.
This boy was enjoying himself as he pretended to drive this McCormick tractor.
These visitors in the Family Living Center seemed amazed with this Slushy Magic slush maker.
The National Farm Machinery Show attracts people from around the world to see the newest innovations in agriculture. For the young and old and everyone in between, the show is an unforgettable experience. Photos: Kathy Huting
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