Vendors are showcasing services and products directly related to the farming and ranching business. It's a big event for many farming families all across the Big Country since it puts three unique forms of agriculture under one roof.
"It gets to put a little more emphasis on agriculture. So many people really aren't aware of the impact agriculture has. Pretty much, if you eat food and you wear clothes, you're involved in agriculture and folks don't know it," said Debra Morotini, the Director of Military Affairs and Special Projects.
If you missed it today, the Expo will be open again tomorrow from 9 am to 4 pm at the Taylor County Expo Center. Admission is free.