Innovative new products. Interactive floor plan. Networking
events. The best of California agriculture.
- 5,000 of the country’s top farmers & ranchers
- 6,000 + San Diego County farmers
- $5.1 Billion in annual revenue.
All in one place.
Join us at the San Diego Convention Center for the ALL NEW
IDEAg Trade Show at the AFBF Annual Convention.
This January more than 7,000 of the country’s best farmers &
ranchers will meet in San Diego to view the latest products to help move their
Sign up to exhibit today and be part of the most important
ag event of the year!
- Co-located with the American Farm Bureau Federation Annual
- 600 members of the American Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer &
Rancher Program—18-35 year olds on the cutting edge of farming who are
integrating new systems and equipment into their productions.
- IDEAg Interconnectivity Conference focused on data, technology
and the internet.
- The largest collection of agricultural media of any event in
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with the biggest and
best members of the agriculture community.
TRADE SHOW FLOOR:
The IDEAg Trade Show will be made up of four sections: Innovate,
Invest, Infrastructure, and Engage.
- INNOVATE—The latest and greatest in agriculture technology
will be featured in the Innovate area. Attendees will spend their time here
focused on cutting-edge innovations that can bring their production to the next
- INVEST—Farmers and ranchers want to know how to run their
business and protect their assets. Focused on the business of agriculture, this
section will allow attendees to get the products they need to run not only a
successful operation but a successful business.
- INFRASTRUCTURE—Tailored to the California agriculture
community, the Infrastructure section will create a marketplace to provide
farmers and ranchers with the systems required for sustainably processing,
marketing and distributing high quality food.
- ENGAGE—The focal point of the show, the Engage area will
introduce attendees to the American Farm Bureau Federation as well as state
farm bureaus and local non-profit organizations committed to strengthening the
lives of rural Americans and to build strong, prosperous agricultural