Growing Education: Agriculture is more than Cows & Plows

2022 Colorado Farm Show

JANUARY 25-27, 2022


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The 56th Annual Colorado Farm Show has been Cancelled and will Return in 2022

For the first time in its more than 56-year history, the Colorado Farm Show Board of Directors announced that its annual event, held each January since 1964 has been cancelled for 2021.

The Board of Directors unanimously voted to continue to fully fund and award the 2021 Scholarship Program. 2021 Colorado Farm Show Scholarship applications are due on November 1st. Apply Here

CFS Executive Committee & Board of Directors

Farm Equipment

The latest agricultural equipment to hit the field, all in one place.

Ag Exhibits

Over 100,000 sqft. of exhibits from over 300 vendors you know and trust.

Free Seminars

60+ engaging speakers covering a variety of topics affecting the ag community.


Connect with other producers and create long-lasting relationships

About the Colorado Farm Show

The History of the Colorado Farm Show is a history of volunteers
striving for agricultural excellence

It is fitting that one of the largest — and oldest — farm shows in the nation takes place in Weld County, the fourth largest agriculture producing county in the United States. The annual three-day event features almost 350 ag-related exhibits and draws more than 30,000 visitors from throughout the region interested in learning more about ag products, services, and machinery. And volunteers with a love for agriculture make it happen.

Farm Show News

The latest news about the Colorado Farm Show

Farm Show by the Numbers




Years of Ag Tradition

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Last Year’s Show

Check out some photos of the fun times that were had at the 2020 Colorado Farm Show