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Farm-toy show attracts hundreds to benefit Marshfield FFA

10:20 PM, Feb. 3, 2013
Hunter Walter, 5, looks Sunday at a model made by Dustin Westaby, Sarah Romanowski and Brantley Westaby of Stanley, at the 27th annual Central Wisconsin Farm Toy Show at Marshfield High School.
Hunter Walter, 5, looks Sunday at a model made by Dustin Westaby, Sarah Romanowski and Brantley Westaby of Stanley, at the 27th annual Central Wisconsin Farm Toy Show at Marshfield High School.
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Like any other hobby, collecting farm toys can be a lifelong passion.

"It's like baseball cards and all that stuff; people collect things," said Tim Heeg, an FFA adviser and agricultural teacher at Marshfield. "It's the farm toys they played with in their sandboxes when they were kids."

Brad Dorshorst spent nearly 90 minutes setting up his display Sunday morning at the 27th annual Central Wisconsin Farm Toy Show at Marshfield High School. ...

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