AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE MUSEUM
The Agricultural Heritage Museum is located on the grounds of the Warren CO-MO Old Threshers. It is the educational arm of our organization, Here we can host field trips from local schools for a day of learning where technology started and how old fashoned ingenuity has led us to the world we live in today. Both static and interactive displays are available to those that visit the museum. Most of our events are ways for us to showcase the displays in the museum and make them available to the public.
Below you will find a few areas and details about the focus areas within our organization. We gladly set up private meetings at the museum for individuals or groups interested in one or all of these areas. To schedule an event visit the contact us tab above.
Our organization owns 2 operating steam traction engines, a Baker that makes 75hp, and a Case that makes 45hp. Our engines do regularly travel to other similar events along with our steam crew to further our reach in helping educate through demostration.
Our organization has a vast array of operating gasoline tractors in various states of restoration. All major manufacturers are represented as well as some lesser knowns like Leader, Co-op, Avery, General, and Cletrac.
The biggest interest in this committee comes from our Hit and Miss single cylinder engines. We have a variety of engine sizes and manufacturers including Associated, Kohler, Hercules and several others. We also have a collection of 40 -50 chainsaws on display in the Agricultural museum.