The top tractors will be featured on KTVO’s Good Morning Heartland newscast from 5:30 to 7 a.m., November 30 through December 4, 2015.
The top 5 tractors will be on display for final judging at the Missouri Livestock Symposium at the William Matthew Middle School, 1515 South Cottage Grove, Kirksville, MO.
The winner will be selected by a committee representing the Missouri Livestock Symposium and announced at our Friday evening program in the auditorium. Winners will receive $75, a plaque recognizing their accomplishment and a prize pack from Orscheln Farm and Home.
Both individually-owned and group-owned tractors are eligible. There is no cost to enter your classic tractor and more than one tractor can be entered if desired. Previous first place winners are not eligible.
Pictured above: Garry Mathes presents Landry Murphy and his dad Tim Murphy,
with the 2014 Classic Tractor Contest 1st place award.
Pictured above: Landry's tractor, 1970 John Deere 4020.