PLAGMAN BARN

Northeast Iowa Farm Antique Association

Back view of the Barn
Case Steam Tractor
View of the hills sides
Aerial view of the grounds
Aerial view of the grounds
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Country Store and Barn
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Rock crusher
Thrashing
Tractor Pull 2021
Tractor Pull 2021
Horse Pull 2021

Plagman Barn News

2024 Calendar 

(No meetings July, & December)
August 11th after dance
September 15Saloon at 1:00 (To finalize plans for Show Days)
October 13th- 1PM Saloon
November 10th- Saloon (Voting for 4 officers positions and 2 board member positions.)

August 11– Barn Dance: Music by Triple Threat 12:30-4:00pm, Doors open at Noon PM, Door prize: $50 gift certificate to Edgewood Locker, (must be present to win!)
Soft sided coolers are allowed for adult beverages, food available for purchase.. meeting to follow after dance.

September 20, 21 & 22, 2024 Show Days
Raffle drawing prizes this year:
$600 certificate to Great Wolf Lodge
65′ Smart Flat Screen TV
Kids New Holland Pedal Tractor (Donated by Del-Clay, Edgewood)
SpecCast (donated) toys 3 (1/64 scale) Ford, Minn. Moline, and Oliver tractors
2 (1:16 scale) Farmall and Minn. Moline tractors.
4- $50 certificates from Edgewood Locker
Handmade quilt

NEW!!! Kids Zone (games and more) 2024 Show Days

Want to become a member?
$10 per year or $100 lifetime
Membership are also available for purchase at the dances and Show Days.
Email Lu at kahlebarn59@gmail.com if you are interested.

Looking for a place to have a wedding or event ?
The White Barn can handle a capacity of 200-230 comfortably.
Call Larry (563) 880-1604 he will put in contact with Lorna.

Address: 28384 Garber Rd, Garber, IA

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About Us

The Northeast Iowa Farm Antique Association is dedicated to the historical preservation as well as the education of our area youth demonstrating the area’s early farm and home practices and techniques.

Steam powered engines, single cylinder engines, and horse drawn equipment highlight our three day fall Show Days. Threshing oats, chopping silage, baling straw, cutting wood from logs, a working grist mill, blacksmith shop, butter churning, horse pull, antique tractor pull and other activities are on the daily calendar of events.

There are numerous old pieces of machinery, household appliances, and memorabilia to look at. We also have music and dancing, food stands and shuttle service to make your tour enjoyable and more convenient.

Come join us the third full weekend in September and revisit Iowa Farming of yesteryear.

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