Like-new Oliver grain drill among changes at ag museum

Opened fresh for the season in the beginning of April, the Wesley Huenefeld Agriculture Museum located behind Aurora’s Plainsman Museum is home to a host of improvements, new pieces of the past and an updated look.
Despite getting ready to celebrate its 33rd birthday, the ag museum has a lot going on behind the scenes. Staff and volunteers haven’t slowed down updating and keeping things fresh since its inception, including a new round of crops planted out front by Val Oswald and his grandchildren.
“It’s always gone through changes,” said Executive Director Tina Larson. “But, right now we’ve had all brand new lighting put in through the whole exhibit area and currently we are in the process of having a brand new roof put on because leaks have been a problem for many years now. This will take care of that situation.”

 

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