From something as elementary as a bucket stool to as advanced as computer-aided precision planting or drone applications, the Iowa Ag Expo had something for everyone in downtown Des Moines last week.
Crowds rivaling pre-pandemic levels converged on the Iowa Events Center Jan. 31-Feb. 2 to check out the newest technologies and ag equipment on display across 7.5 acres at the third largest U.S. indoor ag show.

More than 700 exhibitors from 26 states and five Canadian provinces displayed their latest products and services. High on the list for attendees was learning more about ag innovations and advancements in technology.

“There’s a lot of new digital technology, and like most farmers,...