Share This Story!Let friends in your social network know what you are reading aboutFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInPinterestGreen County Antique Farm Heritage Club show and threshereeLooking at a sign explaining the tractor story.Post to FacebookPosted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the ConversationTo find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQsGreen County Antique Farm Heritage Club show and thresheree None Looking at a sign explaining the tractor story. John Oncken None Antique garden tractors are becoming a collectors favorite. They are less expensive and take up less space. John Oncken None Part of the heritage tractor display. John Oncken None Spectators watch the threshing intently - many remembered their farm days and working with the threshing. John Oncken None The 1929 Rumely Oil Pull tractor was one of only 245 made that year, owner Dan Zimmerman says. John Oncken None It’s old but works like new. John Oncken None One of the results of threshing is a pile of straw formally used to bed livestock. John Oncken None Dan Zimmerman pitches bundles into the thresher. John Oncken None Duane Olson, from Rideout, Illinois, brought his 1948 Allis Chalmers Model G and his grandson Tucker Wichman to the show. John Oncken None Kiam (left) and Cohen Amacher came to the show from Argyle with their mother Tracy. John Oncken None Dan Zimmerman (L) and Andrew Meier were instrumental in forming the Green County Antique Farm Heritage Club and holding its first show. John Oncken Like this topic? You may also like these photo galleries:Replay1 of 112 of 113 of 114 of 115 of 116 of 117 of 118 of 119 of 1110 of 1111 of 11AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide None Looking at a sign explaining the tractor story.