Advance Your Technology IQ At MAGIE

Advance Your Technology IQ At MAGIE

Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association’s Jean Payne.</p

Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association’s Jean Payne.


Advances in technology occur at a rapid pace, no more so than in the ag industry. Staying informed on what these technologies can offer to increase your efficiency and profitability is challenging, but that is why we have the Midwest AG Industries Exposition (MAGIE)! It’s the place you need to be to see, study and evaluate how new advances in the equipment, operations, crop protection and fertility sectors can help your business prosper.

This year, MAGIE exhibitors are showcasing UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) and we’ve re-designed the application equipment ride-and-drive area to offer a fresh perspective on the in-field operation of the machines that make product application not just a trip across the field, but a technological experience. We always strive to keep MAGIE a vibrant event for our industry, and we appreciate the input we receive from our exhibitors, the ag retailers and the many people who make the trip to Bloomington, IL, to constantly improve MAGIE for the benefit of our industry.

The ag input supply and service sector is uniquely positioned to provide solutions to the challenges we face in agriculture, and there are many: Weather, water and air quality, logistics, safety and the biggest challenge of all — keeping your customers satisfied and profitable. The goal of the MAGIE show is to bring together suppliers and experts to present unique and innovative technologies to keep you informed and enable you to succeed as the experts and problem solvers for your grower-customers.

On behalf of the leadership and staff at the Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association (IFCA) and in conjunction with our media partner CropLife IRON, thank you for participating in MAGIE! We look forward to seeing you August 20-21 at the McLean County Fairgrounds!