LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - You've heard of Woodstock, but what about Wheatstock?
A Tippecanoe County farm is going back in time to harvest itswheat.
Marion Klutzke's Little K Farms is hosting its annual wheatharvest, known as Wheatstock, July 2 through July 4.
The event features decades-old tractors and machinery, whichwere used for harvest before the modern age of the combine.
"I think 1935 was the first combine like this that was producedand I have one of them. So we will be getting them out and all theother models that was made there after, clear up till 1970 Ibelieve. So we have about 8 different models," Klutzke said.
To catch a glimpse of history at work, you can go to Little KFarms Saturday and Sunday, July 3 and 4, where the harvest andthreshing continues, along with breakfast and other activities eachmorning.
The farm is at 6037 West County Road 75 North outside WestLafayette.
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