Many rural areas will use John Deere tractors as one of the main attractions for their town fairs or celebrations. Along with the towing capacity of these vehicles, important for transporting floats and attractions, these machines act as a testament to the agricultural history of the area.
The Choiceland, Saskatchewan family day is one of these events that often features the majestic green tractors as part of their celebration, according to the Nipawin Journal.
A parade that winds through the town center and touches all of the important landmarks has featured antique farm equipment as a celebration of the area's agricultural background. The lineup of vehicles ranged from historic cars to the vintage John Deere tractors, the news source reported.
The oldest tractor in the collection of vehicles that was paraded through the town was a 1927 John Deere Model D, reported the newspaper.
John Deere tractors are available in many models and sizes, as the new lines of vehicles can have up to 543 horsepower, according to the company website.