Hi the Ag show is very muchlike a county fair. They have pens of top livestock from the local farming community from all 6 regions, there are the food booths and related farming booths it is a big area and the livestock pens are a large part of it. Horses are very important in Belize and there are competitive races on a couple of the days. Their is usually an actual fairground but some years that is located outside of the AG grounds. The booths are not always in the same places so Icant give y directions as to where they will be. If you are more into arable farming Have you seen the QuarterlyAgriculture report that is edited by Beth Roberson it is a good helpful read. If you have not seen it I know there are still a few copies of the February edition on the counter at "Cheers" on the high way probably else where as well. A few good articles in that edition Iwas interested to find including ,Bio Char, Vanilla propagation, Amaranthus as edible grain. Most interesting as I am a Florist and I never realized it was more than a very attractive floral addition, also some interesting weather/rain regional charts. If nothing else the information for all the writers of the articles are in it and there would probably be a few very useful contact details. A friend took a call while I was with Him last week checking/confirming how many pens he would need for livestock he will be showing. It is a BIG thing each year.
We came to the states for our last adventure before we die but as we didn't die yet, there is time for another adventure this time back to Belize.