Want to Win a $50,000 Morton Building, Exmark ZTR Mower & Bad Boy Buggy?

Give Away BannerFor a fifth consecutive year, Morton Buildings will be hosting its “Giving Away the Farm” event.

The winner will receive a $50,000 Morton building, and for the first time, also receive an Exmark zero-turn mower and a Bad Boy Buggy.

The building will be awarded to the winner as a $50,000 credit towards the construction of a Morton building of the winner’s choice.

Individuals may register for the sweepstakes at any Morton Buildings exhibit at participating trade shows.

Participating Trade Shows

  • 3i Show – Kansas (July 10-12)
  • 4 State Farm Show – Kansas (July 18-20)
  • Michigan Ag Expo (July 22-24)
  • Farmfest – Minnesota (August 5-7)
  • Empire Farm Days – New York (August 5-7)
  • Missouri State Fair (August 7-17)
  • Ag Progress Days – Pennsylvania (August 12-14)
  • Wisconsin Tech Days (August 12-14)
  • Dakotafest – South Dakota (August 19-21)
  • Minnesota State Fair (August 21-September 1)
  • Iowa Farm Progress (August 26-28)
  • Kansas State Fair (September 5-14)
  • Clay County Fair – Iowa (September 6-14)
  • Big Iron Show – North Dakota (September 9-11)
  • Husker Harvest Show – Nebraska (September 9-11)
  • Ohio Farm Science Review (September 16-18)
  • World Dairy Expo – Wisconsin (September 30-October 4)
  • Sunbelt Expo – Georgia (October 14-16)

The Exmark Lazer Z X-Series mower features a Kawasaki FX801FV commercial grade engine and includes a 60-inch Ultracut Series 6 cutting deck.

The mower also has an ISO-mount seat isolation system and a hydro-drive system.

The Bad Boy Buggies Ambush iS 4Ă—4 ATV has 28 horsepower, a 720cc air-cooled V-twin cylinder gas powertrain on the rear axle and a 48-volt AC electric drivetrain on the front axle. 

The buggy, which has a 9.6 cubic-foot cargo bed, will also feature independent suspension and on-the-fly battery recharge. 

The sweepstakes will run through 11:59 p.m. CT on Thursday, Oct. 16 and is available to legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States and Washington, D.C.

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