Antique tractor shows are often held during warm months in front of crowds at local fairs across the U.S. The coming of spring has brought with it a number of events, full of people who love used farm equipment and fans of specific brands.
The Monroe Enquirer-Journal reported that the Union County Tractor and Power Club's third annual farm show was held on April 14, as fans of the used farm equipment came from all over the area to see the machines.
One member of the antique tractor club noted that these events are about a number of enthusiasts coming together to share their favorite models and swap stories of time out in the field.
According to the news source, a 1938 John Deere tractor was brought to the event by another club member, who noted that it runs well but his other and newer models are shinier and more pleasing to the crowds.
A similar event was held in Alta Vista, Kansas, as new and antique tractors sat side-by-side while their owners surveyed the entire collection. Tractors from the depression-era were mixed with brand new models, according to The Topeka Capital-Journal.