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The Ozarks Older Iron Club sponsors this annual event on the club grounds which includes: tractor pulls; exhibits; demonstrations; gas engines; steam engines; wheat thrashing; corn binding, hulling & grinding; rock crushing; antique tractors and farm equipment; wool spinning; barrel stave sawing; blacksmithing; wheelwright; kids games; pedal tractor pull; saw mill; hay baling; sorghum boil; cider pressing; horse drawn equipment; a swap meet and flea market; and a concession stand.
Free parking. Limited primitive camping and RV sites (no hook-ups) available.
The OOIC's purpose is to stimulate interest in collecting, restoring, preserving, and exhibiting gasoline and oil engines, gas/diesel and steam tractors, power and horse driven farm machinery and any other farm related equipment of historical value. OOIC shows and tractor pulls are the 2nd Friday and Saturday in May and October every year at the Ozark Older Iron Club Grounds.
We have many activities planned this year including free fiber demonstrations, free alpaca seminars, a chance to shop for everyone on your Christmas list, or just visit with the alpacas.
In addition, there will be refreshments for sale, door prizes, raffles, crafts and more. Bring your camera and, for a small fee, get your picture taken with an alpaca. Admission is free.
Enjoy live music and free pumpkin decorating for the first 100 kids in downtown Lee's Summit, while shopping for fresh produce, baked goods, handmade crafts and more t the farmers market.
Explore farm country and celebrate the growing season in historic Washington County on Saturday, August 23rd by attending the 5th Annual Home Grown Farm Tour and Field Dinner. The event kicks off at the Washington County Courthouse Farmer’s Market in Potosi, MO with an information booth, and local craft displays alongside market delights of produce, homemade jams, breads and honey.
Set out from the Courthouse Square with your farm tour maps on the free, self-guided tour featuring 11 venues highlighting the diversity of local farms and nearly 250 years of history in Washington County. Tour a registered Black Angus farm, visit an organic vegetable farm, explore a local vineyard and winery, pet an alpaca or shop for antiques, local crafts and fresh produce. There is something for everyone! The farmer’s market opens at 8 a.m. and most farms are ready for visitors by 10 a.m.
End the afternoon Saturday with the Harvest Field Dinner showcasing locally produced foods. This event features appetizers, local wine and a leisurely four course, farm-style dinner set in a rustic and beautiful venue known as “The Barn” in Caledonia, MO. Enjoy a glass of wine and appetizers while you browse the offerings on the silent auction table.
Tickets are $55/person and proceeds benefit the Washington County Farm Tour Scholarship Fund. To RSVP and pay by credit card, please call Cyndy at (573) 438-4741. To RSVP and pay by check, call Debby at (573) 438-8555.
Visit our website for more details about the tour and dinner. Keep up with the farm tour activities by liking Home Grown Farm Tour on Facebook! #HomeGrownFarmTour2014
Please join us November 7-9, 2014 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. as we celebrate our 20th Anniversary during our Open House and Sale.
Learn about alpacas, tour the interactive fiber display and shop in our store filled with items made from our alpaca fiber including yarn, roving, rugs, blankets, sweaters, warm socks and so much more.
It’s the perfect time to get ready for deer hunting, winter, and your holiday shopping. Bring your camera, but please leave your family pets at home.
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