SEE and LEARN things you don't see at most other shows. You will be glad you did! We feature all types of Working Antique Farm Equipment and Construction Equipment. Plus large displays of Tractors, Trucks, Fire Trucks, Cars and Equipment! Something for everyone!
EVENTS: ( Some weather permitting) Shelling corn using a belt-driven Sheller and a silo-filler demonstration making feed for cattle will be two of the old-fashioned methods offered. Another will be making miniature round bales of hay using the first round baler ever made. Also square hay baling with stationary and pull type balers. Picking corn with two-row corn picker or pull type picker operating in the fields. Chopping corn with old ensilage cutter-blower. Will be harvesting soybeans if they're ready with an old AC pull type combine. A cord saw will be used to make firewood and show kids how old wood burner stoves worked. Large sawmill running. Tractor's plowing - disking. Display of Hit and Miss Gas Engines and large engines. Construction equipment such as Dozers, excavators, track hoes, old shovel loaders, road graders pull type and Motorized, Dump trucks and backhoes will be working and moving lots of dirt around! We hope to have a mini excavator and small backhoe that young kids can operate with adult supervision! Lots of fun!!
Kids games and activities! Petting zoo. Train Rides Large and small! Tractor wagon rides around the mill and to different events.
Captain Bryant's Grist Mill has lots of antique's and machinery to look at! Large Farm Toy Display on 2nd floor, displays of antique tools, machinery and such in bottom. Featuring the BUCKEYE ALLIS CLUB this year. Train rides and digger costs are $1.00 each person. Food trucks, homemade ice cream and donuts. KIDS activities. Petting zoo. Corn box. Bands and Hog Roast on Saturday evening for an additional donation. Toys, crafts and parts vendors. FREE admission but we do ask for a DONATION as this will help us with continuing this event for next year.
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
Venue Name: Country Crossroads Education of Yesterday