Granite Threshing Bee This Weekend

Date posted - July 17, 2015

Granite, Iowa — It’s the 31st annual Granite Threshing Bee this weekend in tiny Granite, Iowa.
Threshing grain
People come from near and far for the annual spectacle of harvesting with the equipment from nearly a hundred years ago. Besides the bee, there are several other things to take in, including a Kids Tractor Drive, Open Stage Music, a tour of the Blood Run area that is hoped will be a state park someday, a vintage parade featuring vintage tractors, cars, garden and pedal tractors,¬†and much more. On Sunday, the Master’s Voice Quartet will sing at 10:30 before the demonstrations get underway.

The Antique Tractor Pull is on Friday, July 17th.

The Threshing Bee features will be Cockshutt Tractors and Implements and Massey-Harris gas engines.

Granite is seven and a half miles west of Larchwood on A18, then go a mile and a half north on Arizona Avenue.

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