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About the Warren CO-MO Old Threshers Assn.

Friendship and Comaraderie with a Purpose

Back in the late '70s, a bunch of retirees and their pals kicked off what's now known as the Warren CO-MO Old Threshers. They were all about keeping the past alive, focusing on how things were done back in the day in rural Warren County, Missouri. They'd find all these old tools and machines from the late 1800s up to the 1960s, fix them up, and show them off to anyone interested in how farming used to be.

By 1980, they made it official, turning the group into a legit non-profit. Since then, it's been all about keeping the tradition alive with their big yearly event. It's a chance for folks to see and learn about old-timey farming practices. They even switched up the name to "The Farm Heritage Days" to give people a better idea of what it's all about. Besides the big show, they throw other events throughout the year and do their part to make Warren County a better place. It's more than just a club; it's a group of friends making sure their slice of history doesn't get forgotten.

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.

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.

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