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Wichita Falls Ranch, Farm & Hemp Expo March 10 & 11, 2023 in Wichita Falls, TX
Wichita Falls Ranch, Farm & Hemp Expo
Promoting Agricultural Technology, Research and Equipment
EXPO HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Friday & 9:00-4:00 Saturday
In Wichita Falls, Texas, on March 10–11, 2023, at 111 N. Burnett at the JS Bridwell Agricultural Center, a division of the MPEC, plan to attend the 13th annual Wichita Falls Ranch, Farm & Hemp Expo. On October 10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on October 11 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year, we have a ton of intriguing exhibitions and events scheduled. Along with visiting over 400 vendors from 27 states and Australia, attendees will also have access to over 175,000 square feet of exhibit space, over $5000 in prizes, and over 175,000 square feet of freebies.
The 2023 Wichita Falls Ranch, Farm & Hemp Expo’s fresh and engaging activities and seminars have the show team enthusiastic. There is something for everyone at what will be the top livestock and farm equipment expo in the United States. Public parking and admission are free.
Farm and Ranch Expo Facts
1. There are 2.1 million farms in the US. In the US, a farm takes up 435 acres on average.
2. Farmland covers 914 million acres in the United States.
3. The United States, followed by India, China, Russia, and Brazil, has the most arable land on earth.
4. Texas, Missouri, and Iowa are the states with the most farmland in the US. Texas has more farms than the combined total of Missouri and Iowa.
5. There are more than 11,000 farms in 39 states.
6. Wyoming, Montana, and New Mexico have the largest farms in the United States, respectively. The only two states in the union with an average farm size of over 2,000 acres are Wyoming and Montana.
7. Texas, Montana, and Kansas are the states with the most farmland in the US, followed by Texas. A little over 14% of the land in the United States is used for farming in Texas.
8. Rhode Island, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Iowa are the states with the highest farm property values in the country.
9. In 2014, the average price of farmland in the United States was $2,950 per acre.
10. In Illinois, the average price of an acre of cropland rose from $3,640 in 2006 to $7,700 in 2014.
Any location where agricultural products worth $1,000 or more were produced, sold, or otherwise would have been sold throughout the year is considered a farm. Sales include tax payments to the government. In addition to conventional farms, there are also ranches, institutional farms, experimental farms, and farms used for research.