We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and display of agricultural and pioneer equipment. This website is provided for members and the public to promote and encourage interest in the operation, ownership and preservation of antique equipment.
The very first Threshing Show was held in August of 1971. The Threshermen and Collectors Association was formally organized on December 11, 1974. On October 31, 1975, the members of the Association voted to accept a land gift of 15 acres from Ed and Agnes Sundholm for the development of the "Heritage Site". From its humble beginnings, the Association has poured itself into and grown one of the best collector shows in the region. With the help of loyal volunteers, exhibitors and patrons, the show's future will shine on for generations.
In 2011 we purchased 35 acres of land to expand the show site. Before the purchase, the site consisted of just over 34 acres of land located on Hwy. M54 just north and west of Albert City.
The added land is used to increase the area for field demonstrations and offers more room for additional activities and displays. Now there is room for exhibitor parking at the show site along with space for a conditioned tractor pull track.
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To contact a board member, please call (712) 843-2076 and leave a message at the Threshermen Office or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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