Zac Oakes
With the warm weather, the event included several plow demonstrations like the one pictured. The demonstrations were popular among those who attended the event.
Plow Days draws record crowd


Board members for the Homeplace on Green River know that turnout for events held at the 220-acre farm along Highway 55 is heavily dependent on weather.

The weather could not have been much better for Plow Days at the Homeplace last Saturday.

Temperatures were a little cool earlier in the morning, but remained in the mid-60s for the majority of the day, and with hardly a cloud in sight, it made for an excellent day for plow demonstrations, food, music, and a wide array of arts and craft vendors and demonstrators.