FEATURED TRACTORS & EXHIBITORS
Any and all brands of farm and garden tractors – restored, in-process and natural/original – are welcome.
Stationary engine display in separate section.
A wonderful spring family outing with events and activities for both kids and adults! From bounce houses, mini train rides and games, to tractor games, restored antique tractor displays and free hayrides for the entire family. Many arts and crafts, food, wine and beer vendors. A fun day for all!
Hosted by: South Western District Restoration Group
Antique tractor pull, pedal pull for kids, antique truck and car show, remote control airplane show, craft and food vendors. $10.00 admission kids under 10 FREE. Trackside parking $15.00. Fun for the whole family. NO alcohol. Pull starts @ 11:00 am, pedal pull starts @ 1:00pm
Antique Tractor Show and Pull, Antique Gas Engine Display, Silent Auction, Swap Meet/Craft Show
First Show in South. Swap Meet Venders welcome, No setup fee, asking for donation to club.
Open from 10am to 5pm Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd, 10am to 3pm Sunday 24th.
With over 1000 exhibits expected including vintage working Machinery and engines, live steam, vintage Cars, bikes and tractors, a tractor pull and much much more. Held at Sturt Reserve, Murray Bridge, right on the river allowing access to the paddle steamers and vintage wooden boats, making a beautiful backdrop to a great rally.
Tractor Ride on Friday afternoon, Mar. 29, $10 entry fee includes a cookout Friday night. Show for tractors, equipment, gas engines, and other ag-related items from 9 am CST to 4 pm on Saturday, April 30. No entry fee for show. Free breakfast for exhibitors and goody bags for first 25 registrants. Silent auction ends at 3 pm. Awards for best displays. Feature brand: Allis-Chalmers.
Registration and further info at 254-486-2366 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for the California Antique Farm Equipment Show®! We’ll celebrate John Deere and “Those Poppin’ Johnny 2 cylinder tractors” with lots of fun for the whole family!
Friday will feature a Hamburger & Hotdog Dinner starting at 5:00 p.m. in the Farm Credit Dairy Center. [Tickets available for purchase on-site – $15 per person]
Saturday will feature a Steak Dinner and concert by Lon Hannah & San Joaquin Junction. Social Hour starts at 5:00 p.m. in the Farm Credit Dairy Center. [Tickets available on-site – $30 per person, includes concert]
Sunday will feature a Pancake Breakfast starting at 7:00 a.m. in the Farm Credit Dairy Center. [Tickets available on-site – $8 per person]
New this year: We have collaborated with Rusty Roots Show, LLC to bring you antiques, vintage, junk, re-purposed, clever up-cycled, artisan, crafts, new and old, food and much more! Be sure to check out the newly named Corteva Agriscience Center and see the amazing treasures you can find! https://www.rustyrootsshow.com/
• 150+ Antique Tractors
• Tractor Parade – Saturday & Sunday, 10:00 a.m.
• Antique Tractor Pulls – Friday, 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
• Bull & Horse Bucking – Saturday starting at 9:00 a.m.
• Swap Meet & Boutique Shopping courtesy of Rusty Roots
• Gun Raffle
• Food Trucks
• Hay Bucking
• Kids Contests: Milk Chugging & Pie Eating
• Pedal Pulls
See you there!
Purchase tickets at the door
Event Hashtag: #Antique2019
Sponsored by West GA Two-Cylinder Club
Starting at 9 AM we will be plowing the challenging fields of Hereford with any color or brand tractor and garden tractors as well. There will be good food available all day and a hay ride as well out to the fields.
****All times subject to change as weather permits and a Rain date will be Saturday April 27th****
Swap meets are a great place to find all sorts of interesting items from around the farm and who knows where. We will be open rain or shine, so bring a coat, umbrella, or sunscreen. You never know what this Michigan weather will do. Kitchen will be serving food all day. Lots of vendors on display.
Hours: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Features “Battle of the Brands.” The brand with the most tractors, lawn & garden tractors, etc. wins. We have demonstrations-events for the children-large craft & antique flea market-Parade of Power & much more!
tractor show, demonstrations, silent auction and working demos throughout the day. Tractor rodeo starts at 1.00pm
Features all types of antique farm equipment (tractors, engines, and more) all day plowing demonstrations, all day blacksmithing, model train display, kid’s activities, great food in the kitchen. Tractor parades at 1pm weather permitting.
Spotlighting vintage tractors, farm equipment, small engines, and cars. There will be a lawn mower pull, and blessings of the bikes. It will be a fun filled day with lots of food, including whole hog BBQ, crafts, and plenty of time to meet new people.
Tractor Pull and Show. Free admission, concessions available.
Antique and Garden Tractor Displays and Pulling; Mason Dixon American Historical Society Truck Show; Vendors; Hay Rides; Tractor Games; Breakfast, Pit Beef and Hamburgers; Music; Free Ice Cream; All Brands of Tractors Welcome
Our first show of 2019. Featuring antique steam engines, tractors and equipment. Also a flea market on grounds.
Craft barn, wood shop, print shop, antique gas station, exhibit building, hit & miss engines, operational dragline,
and ice cream store and food vendors.
Old Time Plow Days is an event for the whole family. This year we will feature FORD tractors. See our threshing machine in action, a working silo filler, antique engines, petting zoo for the kids and tractors plowing. We will have crafters and other vendors. Food and refreshments available at the pavilion where we will have The Quarry Road band preforming.
While we have great appreciation for antique tractors, it is the people using them that truly make this industry special. Our customers are the key to our success and we would not be successful today without the feedback, ideas and loyalty of customers like you. Whether your tractor is your hobby, your passion or even your livelihood, you’ve put a lot of trust and faith in our business, our staff, and our parts, and we take that personally.
On behalf of all of our staff, we would like to invite you to join us for a day of fun at Steiner Tractor Parts as we celebrate the customers that have kept us going for 42 years.
Customer Appreciation Day
9:00am – 4:00pm
We will have a variety of antique tractors on display and several local tractor clubs will be in attendance to talk tractor. Swing into our showroom for exclusive in-store specials. Enter our drawing for a chance to win one of five $200 Steiner gift cards, a Yeti cooler filled with Steiner gear and Summer treats (Michigan exclusive items) and other awesome giveaways throughout the day.
9:00am – 11:00am
Genesee Township Fire Department will be firing up the griddles for a free pancake breakfast from 9:00am – 11:00am. Donations will be accepted.
Live Broadcast with Terry Henne
10:00am – 1:00pm
Special guest NAFB Farm Broadcaster Terry Henne of WSGW-AM will be broadcasting live from our backyard. Stop by, say hi, and talk tractors as he does a remote broadcast of “Farm Service 790”, one of the longest continuous running radio shows with one host in Michigan.
12:00pm – 3:00pm
Can’t make it until later? Don’t worry! Several local food trucks will join the party from 12:00pm – 3:00pm with all the foods you crave available for purchase.
We are Spring cleaning. We’ve marked down years of clearance, overstock, and closeout inventory. Get ’em before they’re gone!
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Attractions: Antique Cars • Craft Building • Exhibit Building • Flea Market • Food • Old Tractors • Train Rides • Vintage Village
Demonstrations: Baker Fan Testing • Equipment Parades • Gas Engines • Oil Field Engines
Saw Milling • Steam Building • Steam Engines • Cross Cut Saw • Working Field • 1940’s Dragline Display
Tractor “For Sale” Corral
The 10th Year! Memorial Tractor Pull in honor of Jim Bristol, Sr.
All are welcome. We gladly accept donations – $5 suggested at the gate. Tractor Pulling starts around 9am, food vendors, lots of Tractors, Trucks and other cool stuff to check out.
Featuring Allis Chalmers tractors and equipment. All brands welcome. Tractor and engine parts sales, live equipment demonstrations, sawmill, food vendors, flea market, crafts. Family fun. Something for everyone.
Big Hot Air Balloon Classic Show along with Antique Cars and Tractor & Engine Show. Free admission. The Southland Flywheelers is ask to bring tractors & engines. You are welcome to bring your tractor & or your engines.
Antique Farm Equipment, Steam Traction
Engines Tractors Hit-n-miss Engines Great Food
Saturday (May 25, 2019) Fun Day – This is an unsanctioned event. Tractor games start at 1:30 pm.
Sunday (May 26, 2019) Weigh in 8 – 10 am. Pull starts at 11 am. After the pull on 5/26 there will be a General Membership Meeting with a potluck after the meeting. Meat will be provided. Please bring a dish/dessert to share.
Monday (May 27, 2019) Weigh in 8 – 9 am. Pull starts at 10 am.
Tractor Relay Across Nebraska is traveling Crofton, Newcastle, S. Sioux City, Decatur, Blair, Gretna, Syracuse, Brownville, and Falls City Nebraska. You can drive all 8 days or just one day. We collect money for the American Legion program Operation Comfort Warriers.
This club presents an annual show of antique tractors and other farm equipment, trucks and rural antiques on
the site of the Muskegon County Fair Grounds, Fruitport, Michigan. Activities include tractor pulls, Ford Model A swap meet, children’s activities, flea market, food vendors, toy displays, sawmill, early days’ equipment demonstrations, “valve cover” car derby, tractor/truck parade, bonfire & marshmallow roasting.
Summer Farm Toy Show
Farm toys and family fun will be on hand in Dyersville, Iowa on the first Friday and Saturday in June. Kicking off the show is the annual 50 Mile tractor ride is heading to Manchester! The Summer Farm Toy Show also includes a Farm Toy Display contest that the public can vote for their favorite display on Friday. Don’t miss the fun and colorful Tractor Parade on Friday night. For more information about these events contact the National Farm Toy Museum at email@example.com or 563-875-2727.
Saturday – Weigh In: 8 – 10 am, Pull starts 11 am
Breakfast at the firehouse on Sunday
Sunday – Weigh In: 8 – 9 am, Pull starts 10 am
Please remember PARK RULES do not allow dogs
Meet at the fairgrounds
1960 and older tractors, stock and super farm. Also, lawn mowers 16 to 500 h.p.+ and car show. Camping available.
Display antique engines, tractors, garden tractors, covered dish lunch at noon
Annual Slippery Gulch tractor and equipment show held during Tekoa’s Slippery Gulch Celebration in Tekoa Washington. It is a gathering of local tractor collectors. We have many kinds and sizes of old tractors, trucks, and equipment. All tractors are welcome restored or still in their working clothes.
Antique tractors of all colors invited to attend. Trophies for Most Unique, Best Restoration, Best Original, and Competition trophies Each year we have a couple games such as the teeter totter, the egg & rake ride, the chain drag, the chicken in the pan etc. Registration starts at 8:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m tractor games, 4:00 p.m parade. Enjoy 75 -100 tractors of all shapes and sizes.
Come out and see tractors and equipment from across the last 100 years! See tractors that worked the fields to provide food for your parents, grandparents, great grandparents and more to tractors from all different parts of the US. From farm functional to fully restored pieces experience the history that has become as important as the iron itself!
The show will be held in conjunction with the Locke Firemen’s Field Days at the Locke Fairgrounds. 6pm-Dark Wednesday – Thursday and all day on Saturday.
The AuSable Valley Engine & Tractor Club annual show is on June 28 and 29, 2019 (Friday & Saturday) at the lovely wooded Oscoda County Fairgrounds on Caldwell Road off of M33 between Mio and Fairview. Hours – 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Featuring antique tractor & machine exhibits, gas engines & related machinery, tractor & kid’s games with prizes, flea market, swap meet, craft vendors, tractor pulling, and a tractor parade. One FREE ticket for the drawing to win a peddle tractor given away each day to every child 2 to 7 years old. All farm equipment exhibitors, flea market, craft and swap meet vendors are welcome and it is N/C to set up or exhibit even for non-members. Rustic camping is available. Some sites with electric. Food is available on site. Gate fee is $3.00 per person. Children under 12 years are FREE!! For more information call 989 370-5471or 989 387-4332 or like us on Facebook.
The Sandwich Early Day Engine Club will be hosting a tractor parade through town on Friday night prior to the 48th annual show on Saturday.
Leaving from the Sandwich Fairgrounds around 6:30.
We would love to have you join us on your tractor or just come out and watch.
For more information:
Featuring: John Deere engines and tractors
Antique Trucks, Tractors, Engines
Kid’s Pedal Tractor Pull
Farm Toy Show (Vendors wanted, Indoors)
Flea Market (Vendors wanted)
Corn Shelling with Sandwich 6 hole sheller
For more information:
The Sandwich Early Day Engine Club will be hosting a 25 mile tractor ride on Sunday after our 48th Annual Show (Saturday).
All are welcome to bring a tractor and participate.
Time: Leaving the Fairgrounds at 8:30 AM
Contact Roger for more details at 815-498-2515
The greatest steam, gas and antique farm machinery show in the southeast! Numerous farm machinery demonstrations with horses steam and gas powered. Restored buildings including a grist mill, general store, church, tramping barn, gas station, shoe shop, radio museum, Coca-Cola museum, doll museum, and more! Antiques, crafts, tractor pulls, horse pull, lawnmower pull, border collie demonstrations; full size steam train rides, music, food and fun for all ages!
Four day event with Steam engines, tractors, gas engine and lawn and garden tractors. Fun for the whole family
Antique Tractors featuring Allis Chalmers, Oliver & David Bradley. All brands welcome. Sat. kiddie tractor pull & Car Show, Sunday Garden Tractors and Antique Tractor Pull. Daily feature is steam engine and saw mill, Flea Mkt. Crafts and kiddie games all three days. We are not a super big show but we have a great show. Check us out. Open 9-5
All Colors. Anytrhing Agricultural related
July 11-14, 2019 Greenville Farm Power of the Past Antique Tractor & Gas Engine Show; Darke County Fairgrounds Greenville, OH; Featuring Allis-Chalmers, New Idea Farm Equipment, & Fractional HP Gas Engines; Hosting The Buckeye Allis Club & The New Idea Historic Preservation Committee; Garden Tractor, Tractor & Horse Pulls; Demonstrations, Displays, Flea Markets, Concessions; Women’s & Kids’ Activities, Saturday night music, Sunday morning church service, Sunday car show; Camping; Contact Chet Linebaugh at 937-459-6424, www.greenvillefarmpower.org, or find us on Facebook
Join us and enjoy reminiscing about old tractors and farm equipment from life back in the day. Attendees will see many tractors of all sizes, shapes and colors – all tractors are welcome. Some are pretty, some ugly as they arrive in their “work clothes”!
Rock Falls antique tractor and engine show is a 1 day event with all kinds of old tractors, garden tractors, and engines. The feature tractor this year is a farmall 1206. The event is free and great for all ages. There is also vendors at the event. Steiner is one of our sponsors every year with lots of give aways. There is a Facebook page that has all the information for the show and is updated on a regular basis.
Located in the beautiful Pastime Park in Plain City, Miami Valley Steam Threshers 70th Annual Show and Reunion will feature Oliver. You will be able to enjoy not just our large display of tractors, steam and gas engines, but also watch them being used in our demonstrations throughout the day. Nightly entertainment includes tractor games, lawn mower pulls, a grand parade through downtown, steam engine spark show and tractor/truck pulls, all included for $5 admission.
This is a wonderful family event. You will learn about antique steam engines. You will get to see tractor pulls, how farm equipment is really used in past and present times.
You can shop for new and antique items. Activities for the children.
Those who attend the Will County Threshermen’s Association Show can expect to be transported back to yesteryear. Steam engines, antique gasoline tractors, gas engines, antique automobiles, and other machines provide a working testimonial to the genius of previous generations.
A typical day on the show grounds begins with the clank of scoops. Like their historic counterparts, today’s engineers are building coal fires in the fireboxes of their steam engines. Soon, smoke is trailing skyward from a dozen smokestacks. One by one, engineers turn on their blowers, and the hiss of steam assists the draft. Before long, iron flywheels revolve, and the first engine chuffs forward from its berth in the overnight line-up. Its great driver wheels carry the steamer softly across the turf.
Perhaps the engine is going toward the water wagon or the coal pile, but it may be ready to belt to the fan that tests the engine’s power or to the sawmill. In the vicinity of the parade route are antique automobiles glistening in the early sunshine. Their owners have ensured that not so much as a fingerprint mars the waxed surfaces of their vehicles. Further on stand the concessions with the aroma of coffee drifting on the morning breeze. In the shade of venerable oaks rest gasoline engines of every size, color, and description. Within the hour, several of them will contribute their snappy exhausts to the symphony of sound.
The vendors in the flea market are carefully lifting the plastic sheets that have covered and protected their wares overnight. They greet passersby with friendly conversation. Along the sloping hills stand row on row of antique tractors. Most are gasoline fired, but a few burn kerosene. The tractors comprise an open-air museum of working machines. In a few hours, many of them will take part in the tractor pull. Many also will demonstrate plowing in a field close by.
Nearby, an Avery Yellow Fellow thresher and at least one other separator stand by, ready for their crews to arrive. When a proud steam engine is belted to the Yellow Fellow, thus powering it, the pitchers toss bundles of wheat into the thresher’s mouth, the straw rains down from the windstacker, and the clean grain pours into a wagon. Spectators are treated to a memorable scene.
The nearby corn sheller portrays another important facet of America’s agricultural past. By the time the steam engines blow their whistles to announce that it is the noon hour, the showgrounds are alive with motion. Horses pull wagons loaded with families. In the shade of the oaks, people gather to eat lunch (available on the grounds) while all around them are the sights and sounds of another era–an epoch that nostalgic writers term “the good ol’ days.”
After the parading, the threshing, the corn shelling, the saw milling, the tractor pulling, and the plowing, the day settles gently into evening. Possibly a steam engine will conclude the festivities by burning sawdust while working on the fan, thereby providing a spark display at dusk.
The Will County Threshermen’s Association is pleased to present four full days of such entertainment with lasting educational value for all. The show is small enough to offer a friendly, stress-free atmosphere while large enough to provide a comprehensive view of America’s rural legacy.
This July in n. Colorado, the public is invited to celebrate agricultural history in action!
Visitors can enjoy viewing a priceless collection of amazing antique tractors, implements, and engines on display at the Greeley Old Time Farm Show on July 19, 20 and 21st, 2019, from 9 am to 5 pm each day.
Got something old, rare, restored or rusty? Bring it by to display, no charge.
The Longs Peak Tractor Club will be bringing many of their old rare collections for the public to admire.
Schedule of activities include:
Set up by Friday, July 19th, 9 am-5 pm – Open to the public
Saturday, July 20th, 9 am -5 pm – Open to the Public
The main day, not to miss. Activities include a sanctioned garden tractor pull, antique equipment demonstrations, mule farming, a wheat harvest, straw baling, antique sawmill operation, blacksmithing, a parade of power, and rides. Fun for all ages.
An auction and food fundraiser include steaks, burgers and more.
Saturday will be the best day to see all thrashing, pulling and mules. The mule club will be working the fields with their teams, there on Saturday only. Check this art out before it’s lost. They’ll be plowing the field and harvesting wheat the old fashioned way before tractors were invented.
The stationary engine club will be there, doing small engine displays.
The Colorado Tractor Pull Association is sponsoring a sanctioned Garden Tractor Pull on Saturday, July 20th, 2019 from 10 am to 3 pm.
9-10am: Threshing machine demonstration
10:30-11:30am: Corn sheller demonstration
12 pm: Parade of power, review and live demonstrations!
Sunday, July 21st, 9 am – 5 pm – Open to the public, demonstrations continue. Last chance to admire the collection of old restored and rusty antique tractors, hit and miss engines, trucks, cars and garden tractors on display. More food available to keep you satisfied . Wrapping up and tearing down.
Hosted by the Greeley RV Park and Campground.
810 East 28 Street, Greeley, Colorado, 80631
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www.greeleyoldtimefarmshow.com for more information.
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Saturday – Weigh In 8 – 10 am, Pull starts 11 am
Sunday – Weigh In 8 – 9 am, Pull starts 10 am
Fire Department will cook breakfast both days starting at 7 am
Features antique farm equipment, homemade ice cream using antique churns, tractor rodeo, tractor parades, model train displays, kid’s activities, blacksmithing, and more!
Antique Tractor Show and 35 Mile Tractor Drive. Show Saturday, Drive on Sunday; Saturday evening Baron of Beef Dinner for all exhibitors: Rocking R Ranch, 32317 NE 11th St, Carnation WA; Northwest Vintage Iron Club, EDGE&TA Branch 36, Contact Phil Scott email@example.com, 206-388-9895.
Displays, demonstrations, vendors welcome. Tractor Parade both days. Bake sale, 50-50 raffles, bucket raffles. Antique Tractor Pull Saturday at 1pm. 1963 or earlier original farm tractors. $10 entry fee, 9 classes with 1st place trophies. Polka music Saturday, DJ on Sunday. Car Show Sunday from 9am-2pm. $10 entry fee, 8 classes with 1st & 2nd place trophies and choice awards. Two large buildings of antique machinery. Visit the blacksmith, shingle mill, firewood processor, rope making, baler demos, etc. Food, beverages, bake sale, 50-50 raffles, bucket raffles. For kids: Phillips Children’s Museum, petting zoo, antique games, “Orange Blossom Special” ride, bean bag toss, bike giveaways, cookie eating contest. Guess the mystery item.
Antique Tractors and Small Engines featuring all walk behind tractors and gas and electric power plants. Steam Engines, Tractor Parade, Tractor Safari, Flea Market, Antique Autos and Filling Station, Food, Two Music Venues, Arts and Crafts Sales and Demonstrations, Blacksmiths, One-room Schoolhouse, Museum, Barbershop, Saw Mill, Veneer Mill and Basket Factory, Grist Mill, Tractor Drive-in Movie, Farm Museum, Farm Apparatus Displays, Scale Train Exhibit, Lathe and Rope Making Demonstration, and much more. Pioneer Cabin restoration in progress.
Antique tractors, garden tractors, engines, and equipment on display and operating all weekend. Tractor pull on Friday night. Wheat threshing, corn shelling, saw mill, burr mill, and more throughout the weekend. Kids’ pedal pull on Saturday, Euchre tournament Saturday night, parades daily, and tractor drive on Sunday morning.
4th Annual Old Iron Antique Tractor Show. Over 100 antique tractors and equipment on display. Also antique garden tractors. Featured will be International/Farmall tractors, and Jacobson garden tractors. Field and Crop Demonstrations, Hit & Miss Engines, Kid’s Pedal Pull, Tractor Games, Concessions, Children’s Games, Petting Zoo, and Farmers Market, Garden Tractor Pulls. For more information, check out our website: www.oldirontractor,com and our facebook page: Old Iron Antique Tractor Club, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Steam and Gas engine displays, threshing, sawmilling, antique trucks, shingle mill, tractors, Oil Pulls, flea markets, Friday nite tractor pull, Saturday evening horse pull, equipment parades Sat & Sun noon.
Saturday – Weigh In: 12 – 2 pm, Pull starts 3 pm
Tractor and Engine show. Working sawmill, threshing and baling, corn shelling grainery, hit and miss engines. Swap meet and vendor items. Over 150 tractors every year. Hours 9- 5 daily. Admission $6.00 senior day Thursday, kids day Saturday.
Antelope County Fair Antique Tractor Show. August 1-3 2019 is on display at the park in Neligh, Ne. All brands of tractor and implements. We drive the tractors in a parade on August 3, 2019 thru town. We go by the Nursing Home, Assisted Living and Independent Living as they really enjoy seeing the old tractors.
Join us for the 31st Annual Silver King Tractor Festival, hosted by the Silver Kings of Yesteryear Club in celebrating the history of Silver King & Plymouth Tractors. In 2019 is the 85th anniversary of the Plymouth tractor. Parade 7pm Saturday evening. Club Breakfast & Swap meet 8am Saturday. Local hotels are within 10 minutes. This event is also held during the Plymouth Volunteer Fire Dept Annual Chicken BBQ. Setup is Thursday all day, tractors are welcome any day and stay for the day as well. Trailer parking is available as well.
FRIDAY – BLUE MAX, SATURDAY – KING OF THE MOUNTAIN PULLS. All days flea market, print shop, wood shop, antique gas station and cars, drag line exhibit, steam and hit & miss engines, live entertainment, food vendors and ice cream shop.
FEATURE TRACTOR: Rumley and Allis Chalmers
Featuring Massey Harris, Massey Ferguson & Ford. Also vintage plows. There will be an antique tractor pull Friday evening at 6PM
This is a car show, with tractors, cars, motorcycles, trucks, ATV’s and a Youth category for any or all of the above.
Day full of old antique engines, tractors, garden trators, trucks/cars
Kids 12 and under with an adult admission
Tractors and old equipment will be on display! We had 83 tractors on display last year, our display start on Aug 6TH -10TH. Wednesday evening will be tractor parade at 5 o’clock before the big badger state tractor pull come on down!
Daily demonstrations of Sawmill, Shingle Mill, Threshing & Baling, antique tractors, steam engines and antique farm & logging equipment. Enjoy Music in the barn on Fri & Sat evening. Food concessions in the clubhouse.
ALL EXHIBITORS ARE WELCOME & FREE.
Saturday – Weigh In: 8 – 10 am, Pull starts 11 am
Breakfast (either at pull site or in park)
Parade at 10 am for all who wants to participate
Pork roast (starting at 4 pm) and dance
Featuring M-M tractors and engine lines M-N-O. Also featuring steam engine, threshing, field harvest demonstrations, plowing, draft horses, saw mill, blacksmith, craft show, flea market, children’s playground and barnyard, parade and much more.
An all week-end Community Fest including our Tractor Show and a 30+ ride on Saturday with a parade on Sunday.
45th annual show featuring International Harvestor. Flea market, tractor pulls, food, steam engines, sawmill, veener mill, blacksmith shop, cider mill, saw mill, shingle mill, gang saw, tin shop, handle mill, crafts, broom shop, antique machine shop, old engines, petting zoo, parades, hundreds of tractors, camping, and fun for all
The 45th annual CCAEA show will feature Garden Tractors and Implements and Chautauqua County (NY) Engines. Free Parking, and Demonstrations throughout the show including saw mill, crafts, print shop, machine shop. An auction will be held Saturday Morning. Antique farm tractor and Garden Tractor parades, games and pulls occur daily.
A steam powered “Threshing Bee” on a family farm, featuring steam powered grain threshing, steam powered saw mill, snow fence making machine, stone ground flour mill, antique tractor pull, kiddie pedal pull, flea market, tractor display, gas engine display, blacksmith shop, shingle mill, Sunday prayer service, live music, raffle, saw dust coin pile for kids, train rides for kids, slow tractor race. Pancake breakfast, parade, country store, food vendors.
Gravely tractors and equipment from the 1920s to the present day. Two 40 x 80 tents of exhibits. New and used Gravely parts and used tractors. Very knowledgeable people to answer technical and historical questions. Held in conjunction with the 54th annual Tri-State Gas Engine and Tractor Show. Admission to the host show is $5. Exhibitors are admitted free of charge.