This year’s show will take place at indoor and outdoor exhibit space on the York Fairgrounds, January 8-10, 2013. According to the show website, the Keystone event is the fastest growing farm show on the east coast, catering to the mid-Atlantic farming community of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and northern Virginia.
Since the its beginnings in the late nineties, the Keystone Farm Show has tripled in size, as well as extending to three days in order to accommodate increased demand and attendance for a farm expo in the mid-Atlantic region. The 2013 show will boast over 350 exhibitors of farming equipment, services, and supplies, including BBI Spreaders and its dealer partner for the region, Agri Service.
The Keystone Farm Show specifically targets the needs of full-time farmers and is expecting more than 10,000 attendees for the upcoming event. Attendees will enjoy this year’s show from the confines of the newly-refurbished Heritage Hall.
Gerry Winters, BBI’s territory sales manager for the northeastern United Staets, will team up with the staff of Agri Service, a BBI dealer headquartered in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, for the Keystone Farm Show. Winters and Agri Service will be showcasing Endurance, BBI’s line of spreaders for precision applications of litter, manure, and other organic materials. Endurance, the industry leader for cost-in-use in litter-spreading applications, features the company’s exclusive Binary Manifold, a variable rate-ready hydraulic manifold that makes connecting to precision agriculture controls a snap.
"Gerry and I are proud to partner with Agri Service for the 2013 Keystone Farm Show,” stated Lee Kilpatrick, Director of Sales and Marketing at BBI. “The mid-Atlantic region is special—there’s much enthusiasm about the growth of the farming community in that area, and we are excited about showing Endurance and working with Agri Service to meet the precision application needs of farmers in the area. The Agri Service team is professional, customer service-oriented, and committed to bringing the best spreaders to the fields of the mid-Atlantic region.”
For more information on the Keystone Farm Show, slated for January 8-10 at the York Fairgrounds in York, Pennsylvania, go to the show website at www.keystonefarmshow.com.