About Canada’s Farm Progress Show
For over 40 years, Canada’s Farm Progress Show has connected producers, manufacturers and buyers from around the world to the latest innovations in dryland farming.
Celebrating 42 years of success in 2019
With nearly 40,000 visitors from more than 50+ countries visiting, Canada’s Farm Progress Show promotes innovation, education, collaboration and growth in the agriculture industry. The show attracts world-class manufacturers, exhibitors, speakers and entertainment to Regina, Saskatchewan each year.
In June 2019 Canada's Farm Progress Show willcelebrate its 42nd year, covering over 1.9 million sq. ft. of space with everything from the latest in equipment and software technology to industry-leading keynote speakers and lifestyle products.
The three-day show is the only place to see it all. From education in the latest agricultural technology, networking and business development opportunities to shopping and entertainment, Canada’s Farm Progress Show has something for everyone.
- Nearly 700 exhibitors
- Conexus Home Quarter
- International Business Centre
- Farm Progress Forum
- Innovation Showcase
- Industry keynote speakers
- New product launches and innovations
- Livestock production and equipment showcase
- Door-to-door shuttle services
- Young's Equipment North 40 Beer Gardens
- Tim Hortons, Western Pizza and several other food vendors
Wednesday, June 19, 2019: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday, June 20, 2019: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, June 21, 2019: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where to Stay
The preferred hotel of Canada's Farm Progress Show is the Ramada Plaza.
If there are no available rooms at the Ramada Plaza, please visit the Stay in Regina website for a list of other recommended hotels.
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Regina is the capital city of Saskatchewan, located in the heart of the prairies. The vibrant city offers numerous shopping and dining opportunities, one of Canada’s largest urban parks, and many cultural attractions such as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre and Training Academy, Saskatchewan Science Centre, MacKenzie Art Gallery and Royal Saskatchewan Museum.