Threshing day – photo essay

Photo essay | Five acres of oats were harvested late last month at the museum in Kindersley, Sask. The same teamsters bring their horses to town annually to take part in the day and use a binder, wagons and a threshing machine that have been donated to the museum. A McCormick WD9 tractor powers the threshing machine. | 
Paula Larson photos

Five acres of oats were harvested late last month at the museum in Kindersley, Sask.

The same teamsters bring their horses to town annually to take part in the day and use a binder, wagons and a threshing machine that have been donated to the museum.

A McCormick WD9 tractor powers the threshing machine. | Paula Larson photos

Gordon Dunn and Larry Benjamin fork sheaves into the threshing machine. | Paula Larson photo

Derek Larsen and Glen Walker fork sheaves onto the wagon driven by Don Ham. Derek’s son, Oscar, rides on the wagon. | Paula Larson photo

Don Ham, Gordon Dunn, and Derek Larsen work at the threshing machine. | Paula Larson photo

 

 

 

 

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