For people who have used John Deere tractors for most of their lives, an antique or vintage farm equipment show is the perfect place for them to see older machines in motion. The popularity of the yellow-and-green brand is such that these events take place across the country.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that the region's Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum's 36th annual show will be held as a way to celebrate the 175th anniversary of John Deere. Spectators will be treated to a parade of the company's tractors from past and present.
While the California event will be likely to draw a significant crowd, due to the state's large agricultural sector, a small town in Michigan will hold a similar event to show its residents the best vintage and antique tractors.
According to the Holland Sentinel, the Riverbend Steam and Gas Association will hold its 44th annual Antique Tractor and Steam Engine Show in Allendale.
The show will feature a number of vintage tractors, engines and machinery that were commonly seen across Michigan during the early- to mid- 20th century.