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4-States Farm Show comes to close

Updated July 17, 2011 at 11:05 PM CST: Pittsburg’s 37th annual Four State Farm Show comes to a close today.

The show began Friday the 15th and ended this afternoon. With farm equipment in action, and a wide variety of exhibits, the Farm Show acted as a one stop shop. Featuring everything a farmer, rancher, or agriculture enthusiast may be interested in.

Farmtalk Newspaper holds the event every year, and says even though it was hot, this year was a success.

“We have actually had a pretty good show, been a little bit challenged but the heat, but we have had a nice crowd. Had our show sell out again with 700 booths.” says Lance Markley, Advertising Manager for Farmtalk Newspaper.

Posted July 16, 2011 at 3:05 PM CSTThousands of visitors are in southeast Kansas for the annual 4-State Farm Show.  It kicked off today south of Pittsburg and continues through Sunday, operating from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

The Farm Show covers 25 acres and is located a half-mile east of the junction of Highway’s 69 and 171.

Organizers says this 37th edition of the Farm Show says it’s as big as ever, and includes a wide range of exhibits and demonstrations of farming equipment and supplies.

Parking and admission are free.

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