ABOUT WARREN CO-MO OLD THRESHERS
Friendship and Comaraderie with a Purpose
Originally founded in the late 1970's by a group of local retirees and several friends the Warren CO-MO Old Threshers has always been a group with a purpose. With preservation and heritage in mind our members through the years have dutifully gathered, restored and demostrated many of the working tools used in rural Warren County, Missouri from the late 1800's through the era of classic equipment in the 1960's.
Warren CO-MO Old Threshers was officially incorporated and given 501c3 non-profit status in 1980. In the years since we have continued the tradition of an annual show for the enjoyment and education of the public about the agricultural activities and tools once used in Warren County, Missouri. Recently the show was renamed to "The Farm Heritage Days" to allow us to better describe the event. We hold several other events throughout the year and work continuously in the community for the betterment of Warren County, Missouri of which we are a part.
There are several Commitees inside the Warren CO-MO Old Threshers. Our commitees are base around an interest within the organization. A few examples would be Small engines, Gasoline and Diesel tractors, Steam Power, Implements, and Horse Drawn Equipment. To find out more and get started with us visit the membership tab in the above menu.
The Agricultural Heritage Museum is an independent subisidary of the Warren CO-MO Old Threshers and is the educational arm of our organization. Inside of our museum you will find static as well as interactive displays of the working tools and lifesytles of the rural farming community in central Missouri.