The Canada Farm Progress show opened this morning with officials expecting close to 40 thousand to pass through the turnstiles in Regina.
Manager Shirley Janeczko says there are over 650 exhibitors.
Two exhibitors at the Canada Farm Progress show received gold standard awards for innovation.
Greg Setter, president of Setter Manufacturing of Russell, Manitoba is displaying a portable grain drying and storage system.
A second gold medal award at the Canada Farm Progress show went to a company called Tankfull in northeast Saskatchewan.
President and CEO Robert Ritchie says his award winning exhibit is an ultrasonic monitor for the 61 thousand septic tanks in Saskatchewan.
GrainX incorporated is one of four sterling award winners at the Canada Farm Progress Show.
Calvin Boisjoli is the president and CEO of GrainX.
He describes his award winning entry as a high tech grain bin monitor.
The Canada Farm Progress show has made a sterling award to Gord’s Horsepower Service of Muenster, Saskatchewan.
Gord Blechinger is the owner of Gord’s Horsepower service.
His award winning exhibit features a movable auger downspout.
Pentair has three items in its sterling award winning display at the Canada Farm Progress show.
One of the items involves a two outlet nozzle body systgem with automatic switching between outlets.
Agrimatics also received a sterling award, with a mixed ration tablet and smart phone based ration weighing and data management system.
It features a simple way to track what is being loaded and unloaded in a feed mixer.