Trade Show Watch: BBI Heads to Heartland for Nebraska Agribusiness Exposition

The BBI Spreaders road show continues, with the newly-added Nebraska Agri-business Exposition in Omaha rounding out the company’s January ag show circuit.

The Nebraska Agri-business Exposition, a production of the Nebraska Agri-business Association, is an annual event that brings Cornhusker State producers together with manufacturers of agricultural products, equipment, input supplies, and farm services.   The 2014 Exposition will take place from January 27-29 at Omaha’s CenturyLink Center and Hilton Hotel.

At this year’s Nebraska Agri-business Exposition, the team from Brothers Equipment will showcase BBI’s dry application products.  Located in the town of Friend, Nebraska just west of Lincoln, Brothers Equipment joined the BBI dealer network last year. While new to the BBI family, Brothers Equipment is no stranger to selling elite equipment and technology to heartland farmers.  Founded in 1975, the company is nearing its 40th anniversary in 2015, stronger than ever, focusing on multiple product areas and precision agriculture software to meet the needs of the Cornhusker State’s sophisticated farming community.

The Brothers Equipment sales group will showcase MagnaSpread, the industry leader in cost-in-use, a calculation BBI uses to define excellence in efficiency for customer return on investment.  MagnaSpread is the company’s flagship line of hydraulic fertilizer and lime spreaders optimized for a variety of farm sizes and crop types. Last year, BBI released its latest iterations of the MagnaSpread line within the all-new Producer Series aimed at delivering an unprecedented combination of power, precision, and efficiency to large-acreage operations exemplified by many Cornhusker State farms.

“We are honored to support our friends at Brothers Equipment for the Nebraska Agri-business Expo,” said Lee Kilpatrick, Director of Sales and Marketing at BBI Spreaders. “During the last year as the Brothers team has worked with our Midwest territory manager, Denny McCauley, we have seen a real commitment to doing right by our producers in the region. The community doesn’t reward you with 40 years of loyalty if you’re not doing something right, and we are so proud to have Brothers Equipment as part of the BBI family.”

For more information on the 2014 Nebraska Agri-business Exposition, visit the Nebraska Agri-business Association website at