The Annual Ozarks Fall Farmfest Returns to the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds

Annual Ozarks Fall Farmfest This October 2 – 4, the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds will be hosting the Annual Ozarks Fall Farmfest in Springfield, MO, approximately 30 minutes north of Branson. Nearly 800 booths are to be included in the festivities and will be featuring a variety of products and services ranging from tractors and livestock to feed and general crafts. Along with an impressive sales area, visitors will also find exhibition areas featuring cows, horses, sheep, llamas and more. Whether you’re a livestock aficionado or simply looking to immerse yourself in the culture of the Ozarks while visiting Branson, the Annual Ozarks Fall Farmfest offers an entertaining look into Southwest Missouri.

For a more traditional time of Branson entertainment Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede will be featuring two performances during the first weekend of October and offers travelers a comprehensive evening of competition, entertainment and great dining! Equestrian arts are placed at the forefront as the show’s participants battle it out in a number of horse races and other events with each side – the North and the South – cheering for their respective challenger. As the show progresses you will be treated to a truly southern dining experience complete with rotisserie chicken, creamy vegetable soup, corn on the cob, herb-basted potato and more!

BransonShows.com offers tickets for Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede and other Branson shows and attractions, as well as lodging. Visit BransonShows.com or call 1-800-987-6298 to set up your Branson reservations today!

11 thoughts on “The Annual Ozarks Fall Farmfest Returns to the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds”

  1. I think my son would have liked farmfest..he’s only one and new creatures really appeal to him..would have been a fun experience

  2. I made the mistake of driving past there when this was going on, the fair grounds were packed, this must be very popular

  3. I’m so sorry I missed this! I love sheep and hope to raise them someday myself…it would’ve been wonderful to get to go!

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