VERMILLION, S.D. (KCAU) — The Dakota Farm Show has returned for its 38th outing.
Over 200 vendors and hundreds more visitors from the world of agriculture filled the Dakota Dome in Vermillion.
Everything a farmer would need could be found, including information seminars that run during the first two days of the show from experts.
Showrunners say it is a tradition for many to come.
“But it’s a great opportunity to get together and make buying decisions as we have the upcoming growing season, so we’ve got a lot of agricultural producers here trying to wrap up their buying decisions,” said John Riles.
The show ran from January 4 through 6.