"I like it; there's a lot of interesting things here," said Kyle Holley, from Hiseville, Ky. Holley lives on a 3,500-acre grain farm in Hiseile.
"I like it!" says this young girl playing in a pit of foam at the Richway Foam Makers booth.
"It's different; there's a lot of different machinery and equipment. I don't know if I have a favorite yet," said Travis Schilling near the Claas booth. Travis is from Hungingburg, Ind.
"It's going really good; there's a big crowd here this year," said Steve Glazik, a corn and soybean farmer from central Illinois.
"It's nice; there are nice people here," said Caitlyn Losdom from Straw, Ky. When asked what she thought of the equipment, Losdom responded, "It's farm machinery, so I expected as much." Losdom lives on a 327-acre corn and hay farm in Staw.
We are asking attendees at the 2012 National Farm Machinery Show what they think of their experiences viewing the equipment, sampling the food, browsing the Family Living Center and more. Here's what some of them had to say today.
Farm Industry News
Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×