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A museum to preserve our farm heritage was formed in April 2002 after a group of farmers, collectors, governmental representatives and civil leaders gathered to develop this outstanding building in the middle of the United States which seemed to be the perfect place for the museum to be built.
Constructing two buildings having 24,000 square feet was made, one of buildings houses a permanent farm machinery displays featuring equipment of all colors and sizes while the other building has a revolving exhibit area and a small collections illustrating the history of rural America, and outside the building it has a picnic area and a small playground for everyone with farm related activities to do.

The members of the American Farm Heritage Museum has re-build and restored some of the exceptional tractors everyone has ever seen which covers a wide variety of makes and designs since tractors are the heart of the American Farm Heritage Museum.

The museum welcomes everyone and over the past years the museum has actually given away some tractors. Visitors can help the museum in improving and developing more tractors through your generous donations and being a member of the organization.
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