In light of yesterday’s new public health orders by the Manitoba Government further restricting the capacity of indoor events to 50% capacity with a maximum of 250 people/ event, Manitoba Ag Days and its Board of Directors has made the decision to postpone the 2022 show set to occur January 18th -20th at the Keystone Centre to a date yet to be determined. The management team is currently working with the host facility and service providers to come up with alternate dates. Further information will be provided as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience and your support as we navigate through this situation.
For all media inquiries please call Kristen Phillips at 2047284137.
The Board of Directors and Management Team of Manitoba Ag Days
NEWS RELEASE - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Brandon Manitoba – December 19, 2021
We are only 30 days away from the 45th Annual Manitoba Ag Days Show. We are all set to transform the Keystone
Centre in Brandon, Manitoba on January 18th to 20th, 2022 into Canada's Largest Indoor Farm Show.
The event is truly one of a kind in Manitoba. “As the first event in the new year, it really is where the ag year begins",
explains Kristen Phillips, Manitoba Ag Days General Manager. “The three-day event is an exposition of agricultural
technology and equipment that attracts exhibitors and patrons from all over Canada, the northern United States and
aboard. We are so excited to be back in person this year. The Show will look and feel a little different than previous
versions but we know we have created a safe and secure farm show for all to attend.”
This year Manitoba Ag Days will welcome 475 exhibitors encompassing the majority of the 540,000 square feet of the
Keystone Centre. That is 10 acres of 100% purely agriculture related displays all under one roof! The theme for 2022 is
Back to Business! “When the pandemic hit – Agriculture never stopped we just kept innovating, pushing forward and
diversifying to improve our operations." stated Brad Crammond, Manitoba Ag Days Board Co-Chair.
The Innovation Showcase will once again return to the in person show! "The showcase has always been a big attraction
for the show. Showcasing the latest and greatest new inventions and advancements is so important to our industry! As
farmers, we need to take the time to try to understand how these new advancements can positively impact our day to
day business. The Innovation Showcase is encompassing to what is happening in all sectors of agriculture and will give all
companies a chance to showcase their advancements" explained Crammond. The Innovation Showcase will have 7
categories and a total of 33 entries in 2022. The categories include Agronomics, Animal and Livestock, Agriculture
Equipment, Agribusiness Services, Ag Tech, Farm Safety Farmer and Problems Solved. For a full list of products please
You can also expect to see 33 speakers presenting on a variety of topics impacting agriculture throughout the three days
of the show including a presentation on Mental Health through laughter featuring Big Daddy Tazz. “This year’s program
is an exceptional lineup of knowledge and expertise on an array of topics that are relevant to our industry," stated
Stephanie Cruickshanks, program chair for Manitoba Ag Days. Agronomy continues to be a real focus as well as
technology and innovation. Every topic will be covered, and we are excited to have highlight speakers like Josh Linville
and Ryan Boyd to join us. Mady Adamson, the Twitter Superstar that is teaching her classmates about Agriculture will
join us on Tuesday to share her story. Jon Montgomery, host of the Amazing Race Canada will also share his story on
Tuesday. If you are looking for a great beer story join us on Wednesday to hear how the Farmery Estate Brewery pivoted
during the pandemic. To see the full listing of all of our speakers please visit https://www.agdays.com/speakers/
For the first time in 45 years Manitoba Ag Days will have an admission fee. You can purchase your tickets by going to
www.agdays.com/tickets Tickets are $15 in advance OR $20 onsite during the three days of the show. During the show
you will need to purchase your ticket at the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba Dome Building (but only during the show
no advance tickets are available in person only online) as you will need a ticket to enter one of the five entrances into
the Keystone Centre.
“Agriculture plays a very important role in our economy in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and in all of Western Canada; our
board of directors is passionate about our industry and we want everyone to experience agriculture and see it up close
and personal. We welcome you to join us at the Keystone Center in Brandon Manitoba January 18th to 20th and see what
this amazing industry has to offer” stated Phillips.
For all media requests regarding Manitoba Ag Days please contact:
Kristen Phillips, Manitoba Ag Days General Manager at (204)728-4137 email@example.com