While Expo offers the latest in new farm innovations and agriculture technology, visitors from all walks of life have the opportunity to visit more than 1,200 exhibitors on site.
Offering seminars and product testing, dozens of exhibitors set up shot underneath the hunting tent. Product developers from across the southeast and here locally are taking part in the three day event.
WildernessCalls, a small hunting based business based out of Stewart County, is promoting its products at the Sunbelt AG Expo for the first time.
Marketing a number of items from homemade wild game calls to Redneck Guru certified deer estrogen, representatives with WildernessCalls also put on hunting safety demonstrations each afternoon for Expo visitors.
But it's not just hunting this company boasts, visitors can also take a taste test of Jude's All Purpose Sauce. With a catchy slogan - So delicious it will make you want to slap you mama - this hot sauce made from homemade ingredients is up for sale by the jar. The company offers products sales by Internet at http://www.wildernesscalls.com/.
If you're looking for some behind the wheel excitement at Ag Expo, look no further than the Honda Big Red Ride and Drive Demo area.
Honda has built a course complete with a dirt mound on the grounds at Spence Field giving test drivers a track to take the Big Red out for a spin.
Drivers must be 18 years old and fill out information before taking the ride. All riders are accompanied by Honda reps who answer questions about the Big Red which they call a great ride for the farm.
The Sunbelt Ag Expo runs through Thursday at Spence Field in Moultrie. Tickets are $10.00 and kid 12 and under are free.
For directions and information visit Sunbeltexpo.com.
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