Visit American Agriculturist At New York Farm Show

Visit American Agriculturist At New York Farm Show

Vote for your favorite candidate for President and cover photo, qualify for $350 prize and more at the New York Farm Show exhibit.

Stop by the American Agriculturist's exhibit while you're exploring the New York Farm Show. It's just inside the front door of the Horticulture Building.

The popular cover judging contest is back as part of the long-standing New York Farm Show poll. And the lead-off survey question is: "If the election for President of the United States were held today, which candidate would you most likely vote for?"

STOP AND SAY HELLO: American Agriculturist's exhibit at New York Farm Show is just inside the front door of the Horticulture Building.

By taking the opinion poll, you qualify for the $350 gift card to Gander Mountain, daily drawings for Leatherman multi-tools, plus a $1,000 national drawing. You must be 18 years old or older to enter. Your opinion poll information is tabulated for articles in American Agriculturist and not provided to third parties.

Don't like taking polls? Stop by the exhibit, anyway, to suggest story ideas and see who's winning the Presidential poll. We'll have a cumulated ranking posted each day.

If you don't already receive this monthly farm business magazine, review a copy at the booth and take a free one home with you. If you'd like, you can also subscribe to it at a special New York Farm Show rate of $20 per year or $35 for two years.

American Agriculturist, published since 1842, is the second oldest continuously printed magazine in the United States. Its editorial focus is on corn, soybeans, dairy and beef production plus high-value crop marketing, serving Northeast farm families from Maine to Maryland.

Exclusively covered topics include the Master Farmer awards, the New York Environmental Management Award, custom rate updates, precision cropping, the Marcellus/Utica natural gas development, and much more.
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