The Bobcat square dance is one many features at the Pacific Agriculture Show. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

VIDEO: Bobcat square dancing at Abbotsford’s Pacific Agriculture Show

Dancing equipment one of many features at the 22nd annual show at Tradex

Have you ever seen a group of Bobcats dance?

The Pacific Agriculture Show gives you the chance to witness that and a lot more.

The Bobcat square dance show runs three times daily at the event and features a group of four skilled riders show off their stuff outside in tight quarters. The 10-minute show displays the versatility and efficiency of Bobcat equipment.

The 22nd Pacific Agriculture Show opened today (Thursday) and runs until Saturday at Tradex.

The event showcases the latest and most innovative equipment and technology for the agriculture industry. Over 300 exhibitors from all over Canada are featured. There are also seminars, activities and a petting zoo.

For more information, visit agricultureshow.net.

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