Bolthouse Agriculture Building - Farmall Acres Farm Museum

170 McCormick St.
Clarksville, MI 48815


Agriculture is Life! Step back in time and experience the farm machinery that planted and harvested from 1900-1960, all restored and displayed in the Bolthouse Agriculture Building, a 12,000 sq.ft. building built in 1940 and used by Bolthouse Farms for onion storage. Harold Metternick Jr. cleaned and repaired the building to house his private collection of restored IH and other farm equipment and memorabilia. His Farmall Acres Farm Museum is open to the public the second and fourth Sunday from May through August from 1-5 pm or call for appointment through the year. $5.00 DONATION, Kids 12 and under FREE.  

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