The Threshing Bee is held the third weekend in August at the Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture.  It's the highlight of the clubs yearly activities.  You'll experience demonstrations in blacksmithing, binding grain, threshing, sawmill operations as well as operational tractors and steam engines.  Plus the latest restoration of a tractor or stationary engine.

They also have lots of fun like a slow tractor race, where the slowest guy wins!  A tractor barrel race, tractor balance and lots of stuff for the kids like a kiddee pedal tractor pull.  Plus, in about the middle of each day, there is a parade of power and a thresher lunch is available at noon each day.