What our guests say

EXCELLENT DISPLAY! My students and I really enjoyed being able to see them. Thanks for helping preserve our agricultural history.
Mandan, ND

Wonderful collection. Great tribute to IH. My late father was an IH mechanic for 36 years. He would have enjoyed this display immensely.
Lyons, NE

This place is AWESOME! IH is the best ever. Thanks a million!

Is there any color other than red for a tractor? NO! I'm through and through a Farmall girl. If it ain't red, it stays in the shed. This is my first time here. My first glimpse of all the red in "one shed" literally made me gasp. WOW! You've done a beautiful job preserving and showcasing the wonderful Internationals. I'm with a John Deere lover and even he is in awe of the red history in this museum. Thank you for sharing your love of the Farmalls with the rest of us red lovers!



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Cherish Yesterday - Dream of Tomorrow - Live Today

Farmall-Land-USA is a 26,500 square foot museum which houses Jerry's incredible collection of more than 250 IH full-size tractors, pedal tractors, toy tractors, artist's prints, and other IH memorabilia. The impressive collection represents a lifetime of collecting by Jerry Mez. The museum is well-lit, climate-controlled, and handicap accesible. Allow plenty of time because the collection is extensive and each tractor is accompanied by informational material highlighting its history, uses, and unique characteristics.
When you need a rest, relax in the "Tractor Widows Lounge" and take in an equally impressive doll collection amassed by Joyce Mez. If there's a "red" fan in your family, stop by our gift shop for Farmall-inspired gifts, T-shirts, and toys.


Now open for the 2015 Season!

April 11 through October 25

Tuesday-Saturday, 9 am-5 pm
Sunday, noon-5 pm
Monday, closed

Call 402-490-1574 or 712-343-6354
to schedule a group tour

$8 adults
$5 (ages 13-18)
$3 (ages 5-12)
No charge (under age 5)

On loan now through June 30th!

The Garrett Twin Drive Tractor (pictured at left).

The Garrett Twin Drive Tractor comes to Farmall-Land-USA from the estate of the late Harry Lee of Elnora, IN. The Garrett was manufactured and patented around 1956. It was the largest farm tractor equipped with rubber times that was available at the time.

The Garrett weighs 15,380 pounds and will be on display at Farmall-Land-USA through this season. Come check it out!










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