Cutting season

July 17, 2013

old engine club hay cut002old engine club hay cut001CUSTER TWP. — Members of the Western Michigan Old Engine Club braved the 90-degree temperatures today to cut wheat for the upcoming old engine show. Just like with anything in the old engine club, they did it the old fashioned way, using antique tractors, an antique cutter and manual labor. The field, located along U.S. 10, is owned by Jim Howe Farms.

The wheat will be used for thrashing demonstrations during the 40th annual show, which takes place Aug. 1 through 4 at the showgrounds located at Scottville Riverside Park.

old engine club hay cut003For more information on the show, go to

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