VIDEO: Cutting grain for the Old Engine & Tractor Show

July 19, 2023

VIDEO: Cutting grain for the Old Engine & Tractor Show

Video by Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief

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RIVERTON TOWNSHIP — Members of the Western Michigan Old Engine Club cut grain — the old fashioned way — today, July 19, in preparation for the club’s 49th annual Old Engine & Tractor Show, scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 3 through Saturday, Aug. 5 at Scottville Riverside Park. The grain was cut from a field owned by Thurow Farms along Appleton Road. It will be used for threshing and bailing demonstrations during the show. 

Read more about the show here. 

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