GRAND ISLAND, Neb. -- Farmers at Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island are learning about new technologies they might utilize. 

Over the course of three days, this event attracts about 90,000 visitors from all over the nation.

Farm Progress national events director Matt Jungmann said each year is special. 

“The thing that makes the show new every year is the work the exhibitors do," Jungmann said. "They bring in the latest and the greatest, whether it's road crop production or livestock, or seed or genetics, they are bringing and making the show fresh and new. They've done a great job this year. We have all kinds of new products being unveiled and it makes the 45th anniversary of the show really special.”

Husker Harvest Days is in its 45th year and is filled with about 600 exhibitors on 4 million square feet of static exhibits. There are also field demonstrations across 350 acres.

Visitors might find all types of products from all-terrain vehicles to antiques, to fertilizers and combines, to crop protection to autonomous equipment. 

Some people have been coming to the event for decades.

“Through those all those years of coming to the show, you get to meet new people and you really develop some relationships with people that work here at the show," a participant of the show said. "You get to see a lot of good friends and learn a lot about new technology and the current equipment.”

Jungmann said the event even offers health screenings for farmers. 

“A lot of times, this is the only times a year that a farmer will get his blood pressure checked, or his eyes checked, or PSA test or a skin cancer check," Jungmann said. 

He said just over 500 farmers got their blood pressure checked, people did 80 PSA tests and 100 skin cancer checks.