The National Farm Machinery Show announced attendee registration shifts from required to voluntary for the 56th annual show Feb. 16-19. The decision to continue with voluntary registration removes any challenge accessing the show floor to network, experience seminars and conduct business.

"After having to postpone the National Farm Machinery Show in 2021, our number one goal has been to create an even better 2022 show. This includes prioritizing a safe and seamless entry to the show floor for all our attendees and exhibitors." said David S. Beck, president and CEO of Kentucky Venues. "Adapting our original plan by making registration voluntary for the second year ensures our attendees can experience the process for future years and access activities around the show without any challenges at the door."

The event is the largest indoor farm show in the country and the premier winter show within the industry. Voluntary registration enables attendees to network with exhibitors quickly and efficiently. When registered, the show is able to collect feedback and understand attendees' business needs. It also allows exhibitors to evaluate the equipment they bring based on who is attending the show and why.

The show runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at the Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville. Admission is free to attend. Parking is $10 per standard vehicle. Attendee registration is voluntary. For more information about the show, visit

The National Farm Machinery Show spans 1.2 million square feet and features more than 900 booths of the agricultural industry's latest and most comprehensive display of equipment, services and technology. The event features free seminars with topics ranging from market strategies to the future of precision planting.

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