Organizers attribute a very unseasonably warm Tuesday to a great turn out for the 2016 Peoria Farm Show at the Peoria Civic Center.
Organizer of the thirteenth year event, Jerry Tibbs, says the show has evolved from around a dozen tractors on display and has become a huge show in downtown Peoria.
Tibbs says the Peoria Farm Show's November event allows for more farmers and tractor-collectors to get involved and stay out of the usual elements of the summer, which is when a lot of other shows take place.
Taylor Houston, a CSM for Stone Seed at the Peoria Farm Show, says they are giving away buckets to those that come out. She says it has been a huge hit and realizes every farmer can never have too many five gallon buckets.
The Peoria Farm Show runs Wednesday and Thursday this week as well from 9 am to 4 pm.
Listen to live coverage from the Peoria Farm Show during the WHOW noon farm show then from 1 pm to 2 pm.