AT A GLANCE

No need to travel far for the second largest indoor ag show in the country when the Nebraska Ag Expo is right in your backyard!

Spanning 9.2 acres, the Nebraska Ag Expo is the second largest indoor ag show in the United States, second only to the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, KY. More than 800 exhibitors will travel from 27 states and 6 Canadian provinces to display their latest products and services in front of Nebraskan producers.

These companies come from around the world to display the best ag has to offer, from big iron, precision ag, and livestock production to autonomous equipment, electric vehicles, robotics, artificial intelligence solutions—and more!

To view the full Nebraska Ag Expo program and list of exhibitors, check out our digital program (coming soon).

Skip the line, pay for tickets in advance, and save $5 admission by purchasing your tickets to the Nebraska Ag Expo online in advance. Regular admission is $10 at the door or $5 with advance registration.

HISTORY

The inaugural Nebraska Power Farming Show was held at the Lancaster Event Center in Lincoln, Nebraska in 2007. At that time, only 300 companies occupied 655 spaces in two buildings. Produced by the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association (INEDA), the show was modeled after INEDA’s successful Iowa Power Farming Show, now the named the Iowa Ag Expo, now in its 102nd year.

The timing and location of the show is ideal. Held in December, it appeals to producers and exhibitors alike, with growers and ranchers taking advantage of year-end buying specials and exhibitors looking to sell. Conveniently located on the eastern edge of Lincoln, the show also offers easy access without the traffic and parking hassles typically found at urban shows.

In April 2020, the show was renamed to Nebraska Ag Expo to better reflect the evolution of agriculture and the ag show. At one time, only ag equipment companies were allowed to exhibit at the Nebraska show. Now the “pure ag” show include the expansion of all ag-related products. Growers are hungry for knowledge and eager to adopt innovation and new technology and that is what they will find at this show. The name change also shows management’s commitment to providing the best attendee and exhibitor experience possible.

Today, the show is the second largest indoor ag show in the United States with nearly 760 exhibitors occupying 2,200 booth spaces spanning 9.2 acres in five buildings. With more expansion plans in the works at the Sandhills Global Event Center (Effective 12/01/23), the future of the Nebraska Ag Expo looks brighter than ever.