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Video from the Tractor Pull at the Farm Machinery Show in Louisville - Is this the Best Farm Show to Attend?

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Can't say I have been to this farm show, but tractor pulls are amazing!
Every year I head out to Shedden Ontario and watch the Tractor Pull. It is the highlight of my year and a great event.

People come down from all over and it is really fun to meet the other pulling enthusiasts and find out how far they had to travel. The Shedden Keystone complex is well suited for this event and always has record turn outs.

 

One day I hope to get down to the Louisville show and the draw for me will be the tractor pulling!

Mac

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