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BailerHere is an old bailer which was used to bale the haystack left over after the threshing display.
UnrestoredMost of the tractors at the show were restored, but here Cathy stands by a Deere in with its original paint.
Yellow DeereCathy liked this yellow John Deere tractor a lot.
Waterloo BoyThe Waterloo Boy is considered the first John Deere tractor, even though it didn't have their brand on it. Here Cathy poses by this beautifully restored piece.
Yellow DeereCathy liked this yellow John Deere tractor a lot.
Waterloo BoyMore posing with the Waterloo Boy
Tim & Farmall?Cathy didn't think she could talk Tim into posing with this International FarmAll, but he did it anyway (with the disclaimer that the Deere's are much cooler!)
Farmall w/ CultivatorLooks good, but should be green!
Old Hart-Parr combustion tractorEqually cool were some of the very old combustion tractors, such as this Hart Parr.
Minneapolis MolineHere's an unusual Minneapolis-Moline with cab.
Rusty old IHTim felt this better represented it's breed <grin>.
Old 1800's steem tractorOne very interesting aspect of this show is that you get to see very old tractors doing real work, such as running sawmills, threshing machines, bailers, corn shellers, and much more. This picture shows an 1800's-era steam tractor that was run during the event.
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