3I Show To Begin In Great Bend

KSCB News - May 6, 2010 12:00 am

Farmers and ranchers and those in other industries like to come to the 3-i show to see the latest and greatest in technology. But whether they buy anything or not depends on the economy.

Coming to an equipment show like 3i is t necessarily about buying now, i s about looking.

Granted, ther s a lot to look at. Tha s the attraction, being able to compare a lot of equipment in one spot.

Dealers bring everything from small equipment to mow the yard to the large combines to bring in the harvest.

Of course, i s more than large equipment. An ever-growing segment is the software to make procedures more efficient.

“There’s a lot of technology. Harvey County Farmer, Ty Miller said. More and more the ag-industry is going into technology.”

And tha s wha s gets Miller attention.

“With the technology that’s out there the tractors can actually communicate with your home computer,” Miller said.

But, he says this is a place to shop and compare before making the large purchase on the other hand, some are buying.

And with the show going on for a couple more days, you really haven’t missed it yet.

 

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