Oregon Trail Agriculture Museum
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The Oregon trail Agricultural Museum was formerly a farmer’s feed, seed and mill business built in the late 1930’s. The business was known as Thompson Feed and Seed and later the Tobler Feed and Seed. In 1959, it was sold to the Stringer Family, who renamed the business Farmer’s Feed and Seed and then donated it to the community. Highlighted in the museum are displays of early farm and ranch equipment depicting the rich agricultural heritage of the Nyssa area. Restored sheep wagons, circa 1900, antique agricultural equipment used in the Treasure Valley, vintage photographs of the cities of Nyssa and Adrian and surrounding area farms and Oregon Trail history are featured.
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