Western Canada's largest outdoor agricultural trade show is being held a few kilometres west of Langham, about a 20 minute drive from Saskatoon.
The event runs July 18th, 19th and 20th (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
This is the third edition of Ag in Motion and the event continues to grow.
"We added another row to the show and there are 400 exhibitors which we are really excited about," says show director Rob O'Connor.
Farmers can not only see the equipment---they can watch how it performs under field conditions during various demonstrations. There are daily sprayer, tillage and forage demos, plus a brand new combine demonstration.
"Usually outdoor shows are before harvest, so it is really hard to demonstrate a combine. What we did is seeded some fall rye last year and the plan is to watch these combines chop through the straw and see what they can do."
There are more than 100 acres of crop plot from 25 different companies and organizations, such as the Saskatchewan Pulse Growers.(SPG)
"We are showcasing varieties of peas, lentils, chickpeas, fababeans and dry beans," says Sherrilyn Phelps, SPG agronomy manager. "Those will include the more popular varieties, as well as the new varieties that have come out of the Crop Development Centre and varieties under evaluation.
There is also a special section devoted for livestock producers.