Texas Early Day Tractor And Engine Association 1992 Show

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Gerry Hudgins' WD getting ready for a tractor pull.
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The Texas Early Day Tractor and Engine Association held their 21st annual Antique Farm Machinery Show October 3 and 4, 1992 at Temple, Texas.

807 Pine Georgetown, Texas 78626

Seven thousand people attended the show. Two hundred and fifty
pounds of beans, one hundred batches of cornbread and one hundred
and fifty gallons of homemade ice cream were sold.

Case tractors were featured, but all brands were there. We had
two Case steam engines, a 20-40 Case gas tractor and a lot of Case
row crop tractors; a 15-30 International chain drive; two 8-16
Mogul tractors; lots of Farmalls; lots of John Deeres and Allis
Chalmers; Olivers; Averys; Fordsons and many more. I didn’t
count them but there must have been two hundred.

We threshed wheat and baled the straw with a mule pulling the
baler. We shelled corn with an old IHC corn Sheller and we crushed
some rocks and made some ropes in between events. We had an antique
pull and this works good to keep things from getting stale. We had
a big parade daily at one o’clock.

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