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Fond du Lac county WI. Next Saturday the 25th, rain date the 26th. 10mi. south-east of Fond du Lac on county Hwy. B between Eden and Armstrong, just east of county hwy W. Free parking in field, no admission charged either. Food on site. Not a huge show but very well done. Lots of equipment running, not just static displays. Always have pto dyno, feed cutter, corn binder, and threshing machine(often powered by a Case steam engine) running, 1900 Daisy reaper if there’s grain left standing, in the afternoon there’s plowing with horses, followed by tractors, and often the steam engine. Also baling the straw stack with several old balers(including a Case wire feed with Wisconsin gas engine). Different tractor games late afternoon. Anyone here going?
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