The weather may have kept attendance lower than expected, but organizers estimate roughly 3,000 people came to see the 32nd annual Farm Show. Hosted at the New Ulm Civic Center, the event featured more than a hundred booths ranging from agriculture to construction to even Tupperware. Coordinator Jenny Eckstein says the show gives people a chance to get out of their homes, socialize, and start thinking about summer. Eckstein says, "It's a fun thing to do come and visit the people that you do business with thank them for being here and showing their products and getting the word about their business out to other people who may be aren't familiar with them."
Organizers say the show has something for everybody, including kids. Today was the last day of the event.