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Visit the Agweek booth at Big Iron

Agweek staff will be on hand at the Big Iron Farm Show to talk to farmers and ranchers.

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Agweek's Michelle Rook, Jenny Schlecht and Emily Beal hang out at the Agweek booth during Big Iron in September 2020. (Katie Pinke / Agweek)

Agweek staff will be on hand at the Big Iron Farm Show to talk to farmers and ranchers.

Agweek reports timely agriculture news from across the region through digital, television and print, and t he Big Iron Farm Show in West Fargo, N.D., remains an important place to interact with readers and viewers.

Stop by the Agweek booth in the Expo Center at Big Iron, Sept. 14-16. Sign up for your chance to win a Blackstone grill and check out the show deals on Agweek digital or print subscriptions. Agweek journalists and advertising sales personnel will be on hand to visit and answer questions.

Follow all of Agweek's coverage from Big Iron by visiting agweek.com , reading Agweek magazine or watching AgweekTV. Agweek TV will produce a show at Big Iron this year to be aired beginning Sept. 19. Check your local listings or find it on agweek.com.

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