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Ag Heritage Days teaches of the past

5:53 PM, Sep. 25, 2013
Matt Schwantes of Kewaunee feeds corn through his 1912 Rosenthal Husker Shredder at the 20th Annual Agricultural Heritage Days Sept. 21. Schwantes said that this was the first company to build this kind of machine and it was built by a 16-year-old.
Matt Schwantes of Kewaunee feeds corn through his 1912 Rosenthal Husker Shredder at the 20th Annual Agricultural Heritage Days Sept. 21. Schwantes said that this was the first company to build this kind of machine and it was built by a 16-year-old.
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The 20th celebration of Agricultural Heritage Days was held Sept. 21-22 at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds. Sponsored by the Agricultural Heritage and Resources, the event hosted a variety of different displays including antique motors, tractors and toy tractors.

Activities revolved around the tractor pull, lawnmower duels and old-time farming demonstrations. Food was home cooked and provided by the Heritage cooks and regular ...

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