It’s agri-business as usual at Agribition!

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So pull on your high snow boots and get on down here!

“Don’t let the snowy roads keep you away,” said Marty Seymour, CEO and GM of Canadian Western Agribition.

“Take care out there, and our exhibitors, vendors and the friendly folks who have come from all over North American to show, compete and sell their livestock will take care of you when you get here.”

The main entrance to the Agribition Grounds off Lewvan Drive has been cleared. Parking areas near the building are snow-packed but also clear.

Today, tomorrow and Saturday offer some of Agribition’s most popular crowd pleasing event including team penning, the Wild Wool Ride – where youngsters clamber onto a sheep and ride it as long as they can – the Angus, Hereford and Shorthorn shows, and so much more.

“This Agribition has more exhibitors and more action than we’ve ever had before,” said Seymour.

“It might be slow going getting here for a next couple of days but you’ll be rewarded with lots of action, activities and get to see why Canada is a world-leader in agriculture.”

Here’s some of the sights worth seeing…and the best sight of all would be seeing YOU here!




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