John Deere tractors are continuing to make appearances at festivals and fairs all over the country, and the latest showing of green will take place at an unlikely event.
According to Jaunted, in New Carlisle, Ohio, the eighth annual Heritage Flight Festival and Parade will focus on the machines of the skies, but John Deere tractors will get their moment in the spotlight during the fan favorite tractor pull. This, however, is not the run of the mill tractor event typically found at county fairs around the country.
Instead, the tractors will be pulling airplanes through the streets of Carlisle, giving many their first-ever experience of witnessing an old John Deere tractor pulling an even older antique biplane.
Once the tractors and planes have rolled by, attendees can check out the rows of classic cars that will be set up, or even take part in an attempt to perform the world's largest "funky chicken dance," the media outlet stated.
With fair season in full swing, John Deere tractors have appeared at events like the 54th annual Central North Dakota Steam Threshers Reunion, according to the Bismarck Tribune, as well as numerous tractor pulls all over the country.