The International Agri-Center (IAC)

The International Agri-Center (IAC) is a non-profit corporation and an event organizer formed in 1976 to produce World Ag Expo and to promote California’s agriculture industry. The IAC is known for its events such as the World Ag Expo, the California Antique Farm Equipment Show, and the Big Tulare Swap-O-Rama. In addition to these events, the IAC also offers a wide range of facility rentals for any size event.

They also provide many events and trade show which is perfect for your industry. You can meet with potential customers, partners, and suppliers from all over the world. The California Antique Farm Equipment Show™ takes place in April and features antique farm equipment, tractors, engines, and trucks.

The IAC is led by an all-volunteer board of directors and has a full-time staff and more than 1,200 volunteers who dedicate their time to World Ag Expo, the California Antique Equipment Show, and other International Agri-Center programs. The IAC is also home to the Ag Ventures Learning Center & Museum, IAC Livestock & Equestrian Complex, and much more.

The IAC has a rich history dating back to 1968 when the state’s third farm equipment show, The California Field and Row Crop Equipment Show was born. The show was co-sponsored by the Greater Tulare Chamber of Commerce and the University of California Agricultural Extension Service.

In 1969, in an effort to include all fields of agriculture and farming tools, the show changed its name to California Farm Equipment Show. The first demonstrations of exhibited farm equipment began that year

The International Agri-Center (IAC) continues to create and develop facilities that encourage agricultural and community activities and events. They plan and produce World Ag Expo and the California Antique Equipment Show.

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