From two cylinder John Deere’s to McCormick-Deering, Farmall, Case, Rumely, Hart Parr, Oliver, Allis Chalmers, Fordson & more.  Learn about the many makes and models out there with some very finely restored examples by our members. 


Such as the club's 50 HP 14,000 lb Western Engine were used on early day farms and ranches to pump water, grind feed, power electrical plants, run stationary hay balers, and even operate grandma’s washing machine.                                         


Watch our blacksmiths at work from start to finish.  Blacksmithing is almost ALL the metal working trades combined including the design, layout, cutting, drilling, joining, finishing, tempering, welding, brazing, tool making and pounding iron.


Oldtime threshing scenes are relived powered by gas tractors & steam traction engines.  From field to the table; the wheat is cut with a binder, threshed with a steam engine, ground into flour, and baked in dutch ovens to produce bread.  All on the same day.


Experience first hand how lumber was processed 100 years ago from a working sawmill powered by a steam engine.  Also includes planing, shingle cutting, cut off saw and more. 

Good eats

Enjoy great foods such as fresh corn on the cob steamed by a steam engine.  Dutch oven bread making using flour from the field to your table on the same day with binding, threshing, & flour mill.  Also enjoy homemade ice cream, homemade pies, and a barbecue lunch.

activities for kids

From barrel rides to kiddie tractor pulls, a day of discovery and fun awaits as children explore and learn about nostalgic farm country history.   Great place to bring a family and educational for grandkids and grandparents alike.                                 

tractor pull

Experience the power of antique tractors and crawlers as they pull against the variable load weight sled.  Enjoy the afternoon from the grandstands watching the friendly competitions between stock equipment.                            

shingle branding

Daily demonsrations make for an unforgettable experience.  Combined with a tour of the Huntley Project Museum will leave your out of town friends and family with a lasting memories of days gone by.