Annual National Small Farm Trade Show and Conference

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Annual National Small Farm Trade Show and Conference

Anyone with an interest in any facet of farming or gardening will want to attend the annual National Small Farm Trade Show & Conference in Columbia, the largest annual small farm show in the United States!

In addition to 20,000 sq. ft. of vendors offering anything you could possibly want or need to keep your small farm in operation, this year’s trade show will feature seminars, 3-hour short courses, demonstrations, association meetings and more.

Exhibition space remains available for anyone interested in being a vendor at the Trade Show. Call 800-633-2535 or visit for details.

Keynote speakers will talk about heritage breed livestock, sustainable crops, fruit trees, soil health, and much more. Other informative topics will be addressed in the Round Table Talks, and seminars. In addition, there will be several breeds of small farm livestock on display and a poultry exhibition that are always crowd-pleasers at this conference. Complete information about the conference and a program schedule can be found online.

The Central Missouri Event Center is along Highway 63 at the north edge of Columbia.

Annual National Small Farm Trade Show and Conference

Address : Central Missouri Events Center (formerly Boone County Fairgrounds); Columbia, MO Columbia MO
Phone : 800-633-2535   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $8/1 day; $14/2 days


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