"The display contest will feature folks that have created a farm display on a large surface, some as large as a sheet of plywood," Chesnut explained. "They'll have buildings, fences, and farm toys on the display. It takes you back to your days of playing on the living room rug as a kid."
New to this year's show will be workshops on Saturday that focus on custom building farm toys, constructing model buildings, and how to make diorama scenery. Workshops will be held right at the show at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., and 2:30 p.m. Saturday by experts in each area.
During the auction, a gold-plated 1/32-scale International 1456 tractor will be for sale, with proceeds going to local FFA chapters.
One admission price covers both Friday and Saturday. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children ages 6 to 12, with younger children being admitted free.
"There is free admission for everyone on Sunday," Chesnut said. "With the low prices and free admission on Sunday, we hope everyone comes out to see all the farm toys on display."