Camp Greek Threshers

By Staff

July 19th and 20th will mark the tenth anniversary of the Camp
Creek Antique Machinery and Threshing Show at Waverly, Nebraska.
The idea of a threshing bee was first pursued in 1986. In 1977, the
Camp Creek Threshers became an organization and since then the show
has been attracting thousands of people from several states and
even some foreign countries.

In 1980 the show was expanded from one to a two day show which
is held annually the third weekend in July, rain or shine. This
year’s show will feature a 1920s vintage steam crane. The crane
is set on sixty feet of track and will be in operation during the
show. Other additions include a children’s playground and a new
loading dock.

This year’s feature tractor line is Massey-Harris and the
feature engine line is Gade. (All exhibitors are welcome!) The
feature tractor this year is 1928 Farmall Regular.

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