|Info:||Visit the museum at the Marion County Fairgrounds. It is open every Saturday 1-4 p.m. And by appointment.The museum will be open during the Annual Steam & Gas Engine Show the 3rd weekend in June. You will find a 1914 Steam Engine, Threshers, a Corn Shredder, early Farm Tractors and Machinery, several pieces of Construction Equipment, and other Memorabilia.|
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Identifying Tractor Smells - by Curtis Von Fange. We are continuing our series on learning to talk the language of our tractor. Since we canít actually talk to our tractors, though some of the older sect of farmers might disagree, we use our five physical senses to observe and construe what our iron age friends are trying to tell us. We have already talked about some of the colors the unit might leave as clues to its well-being. Now we are going to use our noses to diagnose particular smells. ELECTRICAL SMELLS
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Farmall Super A-1 Runs, drives, stops. Tractor comes with rear wheel weights, a fast hitch and a fast hitch 2 bottom plow. Message if interested. Can get photos if requested.
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