Things To Know

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Service Dogs Only Please

Gates Open at 7am-5pm


Gates Open 7am-5pm

Golf Carts Only

Personal Golf Carts and Gator Type Vehicles




Daily at 1pm

fun for the kids


For Kids of All Ages


13451 IL Hwy 92

Geneseo IL 61254

Admission $7 per day or $15 for the weekend. 12 and under are FREE. On Friday, veterans can get in for $5. This year's special guest is Max Armstrong

Other events:
Threshermans's Dinner, Specialty & Ag Vendors, Pie Auction, Train Rides, Working Sawmill, Blacksmith Shop, Gardening, Demonstrations, Great Food, Displays by Collectors of All Ages!

Exit 6 on I-88
3 Miles East on Rt. 92
Follow the signs!

Max Armstrong

Max Armstrong  is an American agriculture broadcaster from Chicago, Illinois.

 For 42 years, Max Armstrong and Orion Samuelson have partnered together, first on WGN radio, and later on the TV Show U.S. Farm Report, until creating the show This Week in Agribusiness.

Since July 2009, Armstrong has been director of broadcasting for Farm Progress. He produces and hosts the Farm Progress America and Max Armstrong’s Midwest Digest daily radio programs. Armstrong also hosts a three-minute feature, "Farming America", on the Tribune Radio Network.

From 1977 to 2009, Armstrong was the agri-business broadcaster for WGN Radio before the program transitioned to a weekly Saturday morning show and accompanying podcast entitled The Morning Show with Orion and Max.

Since August 2005, Armstrong has been co-host and co-founder of This Week in AgriBusiness, owned and produced with Samuelson. The show is a weekly agriculture television show, produced by OMAX Communications, LLC in cooperation with 22 Creative Group and Farm Progress. In addition to its syndication run, the show is broadcast on RFD-TV.

In 2001, Armstrong was named Farm Broadcaster of the Year by the NAFB. In 2017, Max Armstrong was elected President of the NAFB. Armstrong was a member of NAFB for 40 years before being elected president.