The 20th Anniversary John Deere Show will be held right over the U.S. border in the south-central region of Ontario, as participants from both countries are expected to head to the Grand Valley fairgrounds at the end of July, according to the Orangeville Banner.
People in both nations have used John Deere farm equipment, but the tractors that will be featured at the show will be from the modern era and past generations. Some of the older models, including two-cylinder versions, will be on display for the entirety of the event, which spans three days.
According to the news outlet, the first shows in the region took place 20 years ago, as area enthusiasts gathered at a local high school to discuss the events that they wanted to take place to celebrate the farm equipment.
Antique tractor pulls, lawn mower rides and several John Deere-themed events will occur over three days on the Michigan-Ontario border.
The American Two-Cylinder club is an organization that is devoted to the preservation of historic John Deere tractors and helps enthusiasts keep up to date on any upcoming shows and expositions.