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Tanner Winterhof On: World Ag Expo 2024

Flying into Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) marked the beginning of an adventure filled with both anticipation and dread. The excitement of attending the World Ag Expo in Tulare, California, was palpable, but the infamous Los Angeles traffic loomed like a dark cloud over our journey. As we navigated through the chaos of the 405 freeway, inching along amidst a sea of cars, frustration threatened to overshadow our enthusiasm. However, the promise of what awaited us on the other side of the mountain pass kept our spirits high.

Finally breaking free from the clutches of the city’s congestion, we ascended through the mountain pass and were greeted by a breathtaking sight. The valley sprawled out before us, adorned with rows of crops we had never seen before stretching as far as the eye could see. It was a stark contrast to the concrete jungle we had just left behind, and a reaffirmation of the beauty and bounty of nature.

The first day of the World Ag Expo we wasted no time immersing ourselves in all it had to offer. The scenic drive from our accommodations to the expo grounds treated us to picturesque views of fruit and nut trees and dairies dotting the landscape. Upon arrival, we eagerly made our way to the John Deere display booth, where we spent the day conducting podcast interviews and learning about the latest advancements in agricultural technology.


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