While you are checking out the latest in technology across the agriculture industry at Husker Harvest Days, be sure to include the Nebraska Farm Bureau booth, Lot 46 on Main Street, on your list of stops.
“We are looking forward to connecting with many of our members at this year’s show,” said Steve Nelson, president of Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation. “We have a lot going on at our booth with some exciting offers and ways to show our gratitude to all of our members.”
Join at the Show & Earn
“We also invite show attendees who aren’t members of Farm Bureau to stop by our booth, Lot 46 on Main Street, for a special membership offer,” said Nelson.
People who become Nebraska Farm Bureau members at Husker Harvest Days will receive $20 cash back. This is an exclusive offer only good on-site at Husker Harvest Days for new members.
All Nebraska Farm Bureau members are encouraged to stop by the booth to pick up a token of appreciation.“Just come by with your membership card and take home a pair of leather work gloves,” said Nelson.
Members should also remember the great list of member discounts that are available to them when shopping at Husker Harvest Days, said Nelson.
Nebraska Farm Bureau has a multitude of member benefits, and many will be at the show, including:
Ag Youth Reward
- Case IH - Nebraska Farm Bureau members receive a manufacturer’s incentive discount of $300-$500 depending on the tractor or implement acquired. Members should negotiate their best deal with their Case IH dealer, and then add the manufacturer’s incentive discount to the bottom line.
- Chief Industries - Nebraska Farm Bureau members receive a factory-direct rebate check after purchasing a farm grain bin from Chief.
- GM - Members of Nebraska Farm Bureau for at least 60 days, you can save $500 on the lease or purchase of your next GM vehicle.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield - Health care insurance is offered by your Farm Bureau Financial Services representative.
Husker Harvest Days has long been the place for Nebraska farmers and ranchers to gather and gain knowledge about the latest in agriculture, and this year Nebraska Farm Bureau will have a special gift for the future of agriculture – 4-H and FFA youth – in attendance, said Nelson.
“We want to reward youth interested in the agriculture industry and encourage them to continue to grow their passion,” said Nelson. “All they have to do is stop by and say ‘hi’ for a pair of sunglasses.”
Husker Harvest Days runs Sept. 10-12 in Grand Island, Neb. Visit huskerharvestdays.com for show information and tickets.