A caravan of antique tractors and used farm equipment lined the streets of Hudson, Wisconsin, as the local residents paraded their favorite vehicles as part of a celebration of the area's agricultural history, the Hudson Star-Observer reported.
Kinney Road was full of the vehicles as the individuals were returning from a threshing bee that was held in nearby Roberts, according to the news source.
Leading the pack were Irwin Bird, Marv Pederson, Hillary Parson and Steve Parson, on a 1953 John Deere 70, a 1941 John Deere B, a 1942 John Deere B and a 1954 John Deere 70, respectively, reported the Star-Observer.
The vintage tractor lovers attended the St. Croix Valley Collectors Association event, which is held each August and includes a barn dance, a threshing bee and family entertainment over the course of two days, according to the news source.
A tractor parade is held prior to the threshing bee, as the 120-member St. Croix Valley Collectors Association holds these events to help spread their love for the farm equipment, according to AgWeek.