City of Butterfield, Minnesota
Home of the Butterfield Steam and Gas Engine Show

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Butterfield Threshing Bee

Been through the park yet to see all the green? 
Got the camper out of storage and all ready to go for the summer?
The second best part of the year is Spring!! (The first being Threshing Bee weekend)

~ Friday night Tractor pull - registration 4:00-5:15, pulling starts at 5:30
~ Tractor parade at 2:15 on Saturday and Sunday
~ Live entertainment on park stage (Click for schedule)
~ Various equipment at work
~Tractor plowing in the mornings
~ Horse plowing and other demonstrations in afternoon
~ Take a walk under the trees to enjoy good food
~ Pioneer Village that includes buildings from the local area

~New shed displaying tractors donated from Ed Lamars and Art Ommodt collections
~New this year: car & tractor parts swap meet Saturday, gates open at 6:30, for more information contact Tom Anderson (507-381-2834

~ Making Memories ~

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Come one, Come All!!

Admission - Buttons good for whole show
Adults (13 and up): $10
Children (under 12): Free

Just a reminder
Pets are not allowed on show grounds.

Camping is available on first-come first-serve basis, call Rosie at (507) 317-5701.

We want to keep the park just the way it is for future generations to see it the way everyone does now. Help prevent the Emerald Ash Borer by buying your firewood at the campground instead of bringing in possibly infested wood.


Threshing Bee Featured Events
Pioneer Town
Displays to See

Event Information
BTA Motor Vehicle Policy
Food Venues
Directions to Butterfield, MN

The Butterfield Threshermen's Association (BTA) is led by a nine member board which sets in motion the plans for each year's show. The Board is currently under the direction of President Howard Madson and Vice President Doyle Janzen. Other directors include Dave Buhler, Mike Hall, Bruce Koenig, David Harder, Jim Lepp, Steve Ringen and Jim Nasman.
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