Displays can be viewed on the coliseum floor, mezzanine area and outdoors.
This year's Texas Farm - Ranch - Wildlife Expo features over 155 booths with over 70 exhibitors. Vendors will showcase products and services directly related to wildlife, ranching, and agri-business. Admission is free.
Along with the great displays, the educational programs available will be very timely for those in agriculture, ranching, and wildlife. The Rolling Plains Cotton Growers Association will hold its annual meeting Tuesday morning followed by the annual luncheon. A Big Country Range Management seminar, Wildlife Management Seminar and Cotton Production Conference will also be held Tuesday.
The Town and Country Women's Fair, coordinated by the Family & Consumer Sciences Committee, will begin in the morning and continue throughout the early afternoon. Wednesday's meetings include a TDA Recertification Course, Natural Resource Seminar, Gardening Seminar, Beef Management Seminar and Tool Sessions such as "Wildlife Research Highlights." New this year the Abilene Chamber of Commerce in coordination with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service plans to launch "The Impact of AgriBusiness in the Big Country" Publication. Free copies will be made available.
The Chamber of Commerce annual luncheon is on Wednesday at 11:30 in the Big Country Hall and is once again sponsored by Cavender's. Be there as they honor the Farm Family of the Year. Call (325) 677-7241 to reserve your spot for lunch or register on line at www.abilenechamber.com.
For booth information or sponsorship opportunities, please call Debra Morotini at 677-7241 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.