In addition to the latest innovations and equipment available to farmers, classic tractors will be on display at the Village of Yesteryear during the Steele County Fair.

The Old Iron Show is a staple for the Steele County Historical Society. Tractors of all makes and models and years are featured at the village, which is at the east end of the fairgrounds.

For something different at the village, take a look at the vintage cars and motorcycles that will be shown in the parking lot between the Dunnell House and Gus' Station.

On the other end of the fairgrounds, the Wells Fargo Auto Museum will highlight pickups this year. Vehicles range from a 1924 Ford Model T owned by Ken and Donna Macht of Owatonna to a 1983 Chevrolet S-10 owned by Tom and Donna Harris of Owatonna.

The museum is just north of the Four Seasons Centre and is free to enter. The Steele County Fair runs Tuesday through Sunday, August 16-21.

Roy Koenig, Townsquare Media