His family used Allis-Chalmers tractors, and he has 22 in his collection.
“It’s history that will never be made again,” Allen said.
On Sunday, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., the Fest includes a tractor parade, starting at the museum and following a path that includes Main and Fair Streets before returning to the museum down Lake Street.
Other events on the schedule include: a collection of antique farm toys, free rides on the Empire State Carousel, kiddie tractor pull and an exhibit of antique milking machines.
Visitors can also visit their regular favorite attractions at the museum. “The colors on the trees are spectacular, so there will be a lot of photo opportunities,” Buddle said.
More information and discount coupons for the event are available at www.farmersmuseum.org.