Some of the equipment which made farming possible in this districe
Our museum is home to a little over a hundred pieces of farm machinery and equipment, most of which was common in this area. They include tractors, ploughs, cultivators, drills, harrows, mowers, rakes, a hayloader, a manure spreader, a reaper, a binder, grain augers, threshing machines, swathers, combines, a corn seeder, a brush cutter, and a variety of other pieces of agricultural equipment. We also have garden seeders and cultivaters, a Sawyer-Massey road grader, a feed grinder, a scale for weighing hogs and other small animals, a scalding pot for hogs, wagons, a buggy, sleighs, a caboose/cutter, wind generators, a snowplane, a track vehicle for winter transport, a locally built snow blower, a home built "skidoo", a home built motor bike, and a wide variety of smaller pieces of equipment used by the town and by local blacksmiths. Below are photos of some of this equipment.