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FRIDAY, JULY 21
Tractor registration: pick-up your exhibitor plaque – south entrance #30 & #35
6:30 a.m.................Breakfast, lunch and dinner available at various locations
7 a.m.......................Golf cart rental pickup, fully staffed #14
8 a.m.......................Show opens with singing of our National Anthem
8:30 a.m.................Snap Coupler seminar. Discussion will cover the basics, operation, and safety of
the Snap Coupler and the rebuilding of lift latches, Dave Buttjer and Jim Palmer – east end of
Indoor Tractor Display building #17, #19
9 a.m.......................Haying demonstrations, field south of grandstand
9 a.m.......................D-Series power shift front wheel seminars by Vincent Timms – #17, #19
9 -10 a.m. ..............Magnetos, injector pumps, traction booster system and turbo’s; Presented by Tom
Foss and Craig Buss – east end of Indoor Tractor Display Building #17, #19 (follows church Sun.)
10 a.m.....................Tea Bag folding, $5 –Ladies Building #12
11 a.m. ...................Golf cart rental goes to an “on call” basis #14
11 a.m. ...................Allis-Chalmers.com Forum members meeting – east end of Indoor Tractor
Display building #17
11 a.m.....................SimpleTractor Forum – Lawn & Garden Tractor/Equipment Display building #9
11 a.m. -1 p.m.......Barrel Train Rides
12 noon ..................Noon dinner whistle blows
12 noon. .................Living History of the roto baler: Gary Agrimson – North side of grandstand
12:30 p.m...............Living history of the All-Crop Harvester; Arland Lepper – north side of grandstand
12:30 p.m............... People mover starts pick-up and drop-offs to field demos – east of the 4-H Cafe
1 p.m. .....................Field demos: see-through combine, threshing with an Allis-Chalmers 22-36
threshing machine; Presented by Arland Lepper and Gary Agrimson – south side of grandstand #36
1 p.m. .....................Men & Their Tractors, and the Women Who Love Them–Ladies Building #12
1:30 p.m. approx. (following threshing) Field Demonstrations: combining, raking, baling
(round and square), bale loading, plowing with lawn and garden tractors, discing, field cultivating,
and hay chopping #36
2 - 3 p.m. ...............Barrel Train Rides
3 p.m. .....................Golf cart rental ends. No more golf carts will be rented for the day. #14
5 p.m. ....................Ending raffle ticket sales, renewal and new memberships, memorabilia
6 p.m. .....................People mover rides stops
6 p.m. .....................Tractor ride. The ride will be driving through the City of Hutchinson and finish at
Runnings. There will be a people mover(s) made available for anyone that wants to ride and not
drive a tractor – meet at north gate entrance #1
8:30 p.m. (approx.)Tractor ride returns to show grounds.


SATURDAY, JULY 22
Tractor registration: pick-up your exhibitor plaque – south entrance #30 & #35
6:30 a.m.................Breakfast, lunch and dinner available at various locations
7 a.m.......................Golf cart rental pickup, fully staffed #14
8 a.m.......................Show opens with singing of our National Anthem
8:30 a.m.................Snap Coupler seminar. Discussion will cover the basics, operation, and safety of the
Snap Coupler and the rebuilding of lift latches, Dave Buttjer and Jim Palmer – east end of Indoor
Tractor Display building #17, #19
9 a.m.......................Haying demonstrations, field south of grandstand
9 a.m.......................D-Series power shift front wheel seminars by Vincent Timms – #17, #19
9 -10 a.m. ..............Magnetos, injector pumps, traction booster system and turbo’s; Presented by Tom
Foss and Craig Buss – east end of Indoor Tractor Display Building #17, #19 (follows church Sun.)
9:30 SHARP!..........Tractor driver parade safety meeting, must attend to drive in parade – #16
10 a.m.....................Make bracelet and earring set, $5 – Ladies Building #12
10 a.m.....................Tractor parade
11 a.m. ...................Golf cart rental goes to an “on call” basis #14
11 a.m. ...................Allis-Chalmers.com Forum members meeting – east end of Indoor Tractor
Display building #17
11 a.m.....................SimpleTractor Forum – Lawn & Garden Tractor/Equipment Display building #9
11 a.m.- 1 p.m.......Barrel Train Rides
12 noon ..................Noon dinner whistle blows
12 noon. .................Living History of the roto baler: Gary Agrimson – North side of grandstand
12:30 p.m...............Living history of the All-Crop Harvester; Arland Lepper – north side of grandstand
1 p.m. .....................Field demos: see-through combine, threshing with an Allis-Chalmers 22-36
threshing machine; Presented by Arland Lepper and Gary Agrimson – south side of grandstand #36
1 p.m. .....................Kids’ pedal pull starts – Children’s’ Activity Building #6
1:30 p.m. approx. (following threshing) Field Demonstrations: combining, raking, baling (round and
square), bale loading, plowing with lawn and garden tractors, discing, field cultivating, and hay
chopping #36
2 - 3 p.m. ...............Barrel Train Rides
3 p.m. .....................Tea Bag Folding, $5 – Ladies Building #12
3 p.m. .....................Golf cart rental ends. No more golf carts will be rented for the day. #14
5 p.m. .....................Ending raffle ticket sales, renewal and new memberships, memorabilia
4 p.m.-7 p.m. ........“The Squad Car” and “Denny and the Tom Katz” perform – Pavilion #16
6 p.m. .....................People mover rides stops
7 p.m. .....................All Allis-Chalmers Farm Tractor Pull – Grandstand
7 p.m. .....................Immanuel Lutheran School food vending – Grandstand #18
10 p.m. ..................Tractor pull could end


SUNDAY, JULY 23
Tractor registration: pick-up your exhibitor plaque – south entrance #30 & #35
6:30 a.m.................Breakfast, lunch and dinner available at various locations
7 a.m.......................Golf cart rental pickup, fully staffed #14
8 a.m.......................Show opens with singing of our National Anthem
8:30 a.m.................Church service – Pavilion #16
9 a.m.......................Wheel Adjustment Seminar
9 a.m.......................Haying demonstrations, field south of grandstand
9 a.m.......................D-Series power shift front wheel seminars by Vincent Timms – #17, #19
9 -10 a.m. ..............Magnetos, injector pumps, traction booster system and turbo’s; Presented by Tom
Foss and Craig Buss – east end of Indoor Tractor Display Building #17, #19 (follows church Sun.)
9:30 SHARP!! ........Tractor driver parade safety meeting, must attend to drive in parade – #16
10 a.m.....................Tractor parade – Show grounds
11 a.m. ...................Golf cart rental goes to an “on call” basis #14
11 a.m. ...................Allis-Chalmers.com Forum members meeting – east end of Indoor Tractor Display
building #17
11 a.m.....................SimpleTractor Forum – Lawn & Garden Tractor/Equipment Display building #9
11 a.m.-1 p.m........“Country Grubers” perform – Pavilion #16
11 a.m.....................Make dream catcher with Chole, free –#12
11 a.m. - 2 p.m. ....Barrel Train Rides
12 noon ..................Noon dinner whistle blows
12 noon. .................Living History of the roto baler: Gary Agrimson – North side of grandstand
12:30 p.m...............Living history of the All-Crop Harvester; Arland Lepper – north side of grandstand
12:30 p.m...............People mover starts pick-up and drop-offs to field demos – east of the 4-H Cafe
1 p.m. .....Field demos: see-through combine, threshing with an Allis-Chalmers 22-36
threshing machine; Presented by Arland Lepper and Gary Agrimson – south side of grandstand #36
1 p.m. .....................Men & Their Tractors, and the Women Who Love Them– Ladies Building #12
1 p.m. .....................Kids’ pedal pull starts – Children’s’ Activity Building #6
1:30 p.m. approx. (following threshing) Field Demonstrations: combining, raking, baling (round and
square), bale loading, plowing with lawn and garden tractors, discing, field cultivating, and hay
chopping #36
2:30 p.m.................People mover rides stops
3 p.m. .....................Golf cart rental ends. No more golf carts will be rented for the day. #14
3 p.m. .....................Raffle drawings