Heart of America Farm Show is Sept. 20-22
WIDE OPEN SPACES: The Tulsa RV Ranch Arena, where Heart of America Farm Show is located, features a covered arena, two onsite restaurants, a saloon, an RV park, and 160 acres. A major consignment auction featuring everything from crafts to farm equipment has been added to the Sept. 21 schedule.
The Heart of America Farm Show, presented by Heart of America Trade Shows , will be held Sept. 20-22 at the Tulsa RV Ranch Arena, a 160-acre facility located on Highway 75, 20 miles south of Tulsa. This farm-and-ranch-equipment show will include exhibits by national farm equipment distributors, cow dog demonstrations, guest speakers, a kid’s zone, professional bull riding and more events. There will also be drawings including one for a 32-foot Red Rhino hay trailer. Admission to the farm show is free.
The show will open daily at 9:30 a.m. Rodeo events start at 5:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Bull riding begins at 7:30 p.m. and will end at 9:30 p.m. After-party events with live entertainment will take place in The Saloon Bar & Grill, one of the two restaurants located on the show grounds.
The show has both indoor and outdoor booth spaces and, to make the show a true “all weather” event, all the outdoor lanes are in the process of being graveled.
To date, the show has attracted exhibitors from nine states.
Tulsa RV Ranch Arena, where Heart of America Farm Show is located, features a covered arena, two onsite restaurants and a saloon, an RV park, and 160 acres.
A major consignment auction featuring everything from crafts to farm equipment has been added to the Sept. 21 schedule.
Farm Show Director Kevin Kite says this will be a recurring annual show featuring many vendors, booths and activities for the whole family.
“I am very excited to be a part of the Heart of America Farm Show, as I know it will become an important part of the farming industry,” he says. “This will be a great opportunity for people in the business to connect and share their tips for the trade.”
There will be several guest speakers at the show as well, including Director of Farm Programming for the Oklahoma Radio Network and Broadcaster Hall of Fame inductee Ron Hays who will be on hand to deliver two topic speeches: “Rebuilding Your Mama Cow Herd,” and “Restoring Drought-Impacted Pasture.”
Also speaking will be Co-Host of “Hook & Hunt” radio show Steve Schiffner. He will be speaking on the topics of “Managing and Improving Your Deer Herd and Turkey Population” and “How to Maximize Your Income with Hunting Leases.” Each of these guests will be accompanied by other professionals in the field to ensure attendees are well informed.
A meet, greet and autograph session with some of the top bull riders in America is also planned for the enjoyment of kids of all ages.
Aside from the scheduled speakers, there will be farm equipment and other companies showcasing their products throughout the event. For a list of recommended hotels, local attractions and other information, visit www.heartofamericafarmshow.com. Also, information can be found at www.facebook.com/HeartOfAmericaFarmShow, or by calling 1-888-244-1982