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31st Annual Midland Empire rural Ag and Lifestyle show kicks off Friday

The event draws farmers and families out the Civic Center every year

Posted: Jan 24, 2020 7:40 PM
Updated: Jan 27, 2020 9:27 AM

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Farmers and families headed out to the Civic Center for this year's Midland Empire Rural Ag and Lifestyle show Friday.

The event attracts the agriculture community of the Northwest Missouri/ Northeast Kansas region. 

Promoters with the show said that while the event is smaller than most other similar shows in the region, it serves a very important role for those in the area. 

It's a good time for a family and a very inexpensive form of entertainment." Cindy Cornelius, show promoter said. 

The farm show will run Friday (1/24) from 10a-8p., and Saturday (1/25) from 9a-4p.  

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