Grand Island, Neb. -- Around 650 exhibitors setup on the field off of Husker Highway in Grand Island Monday. Husker Harvest Days starts Tuesday, and organizers say the three-day event has grown in popularity over the years. Organizers don't expect this year to be any different.
Guests from around the country and world are putting their final touches on Nebraska's wildly popular Grand Island farm show.
National Shows Manager Matt Jungmann said, "This is the busiest day of the year- the day right before the show. All 650 exhibitors putting their final touches on their exhibits, putting things in place. A lot of them picking up their packets and a lot of activity happening here around the show site."
Selling out the exhibit field for yet another year, those hundreds of exhibitors bring with them even more helpers.
"That means there are thousands and thousands of people here working those exhibits, setting things up, staying in the hotels and eating in the restaurants here in central Nebraska," Said Jungmann.
Whether it's your first Husker Harvest Days or your 35th, organizers say there's always something new to see. Even referring to the event as a 'one stop opportunity' to see the latest in agriculture.
"The highlights are always what the exhibitors bring. They always make sure it's a brand new show every year. From product introduction to new tractors from John Deere, and new technology being introduced in the field demonstrations. A lot of different activities including livestock handling, horses, a little bit of something for everybody," Said Jungmann.
Husker Harvest Days is taking place this Tuesday through Thursday at 9000 W Husker Highway in Grand Island.