Farm and Ranch - September 2017

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Telegraph staff reports McCOOK — The McCook Farm & Ranch Expo will return to the Red Willow County Fairgrounds on Nov. 15-16. There will be a free produc- er breakfast from 7:30 to 9 a.m. on Nov. 15. The show opens at 9 a.m. both days and closes at 7 p.m. the first day and 4 p.m. the second. Admission and parking are free.

the Red Willow County Fairgrounds. Please take this opportunity to come en- joy this new, recently added on to facility. We will forever be grateful to Tom, and we miss him dearly. “The McCook Farm & Ranch Expo is a great place to come see the newest and latest in farming and ranch- ing technology practices. We are expecting over 400 ven- dors from 20 states, Canada

“We are excited to fill the major addition of the Alice Kiplinger Arena with ex- hibitors,” said Darren Dale, show owner. “It will bring an additional 22,000 square feet of show space to this year’s Expo. The Alice building was built and paid for by the most generous man we have ever known, Tom Kiplinger, and his generosity saw no bounds. The Alice Kiplinger building was donated to

cial providers, commodity organizations, colleges, gov- ernmental services, home services, furniture and art galleries and much more. There truly will be some- thing for everyone. JD Wing horse training demonstrations will return for both days of the show. JD is the head horse trainer for the Tee Cross Ranches. The Please see EXPO, Page

and Australia. The McCook Farm & Ranch Expo is the place to find all your live- stock and farming needs. And, if you’re in the market for new Fenoglio Boots or an American Cowboy hat, the expo is the place to be!” Exhibitors include numer- ous cutting edge displays for farm and ranch equipment, seed and chemicals, agri- cultural services, irrigation manufacturers, finan-

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