It's the first large expo show at the Iowa Events Center since the pandemic began and the third-largest agriculture show in the United States.
Things are different this year with coronavirus precautions. All mini-farm shows are canceled and the event is working with the Polk County Health Department to keep visitors safe.
In a time when many farm shows are being canceled, event organizers told Local 5 the Iowa Ag Expo is a welcome sight, especially with the chance to check out the latest and greatest in farm machinery.
"We're delighted to see all this equipment and it's a chance for what normal can start to feel like again, which many of us in Iowa are hungry to have happen," said Mark Hennessey with the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association.
The Expo runs through Thursday, Feb. 4. You can find more information here.