Ag Museum In The News

MARCUS, Iowa — For over 30 years, Jr Pearson has been on a mission to preserve history — specifically items related to the days when horse power was the best way to get work done on the farm and in the cities.

Pearson’s collection is open by appointment only in the quiet town of Marcus, Iowa where at a certain point in history it was quite a bustling business center. It had the reputation for being the one of the largest shipping points for cattle, hogs, and chickens between Sioux City and Chicago, filling as many as nineteen livestock train cars in day.

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The Barns Museum

Horse-drawn implements
Marcus, Iowa

If you can’t get enough of vintage farm equipment, schedule a trip to The Barns, a horse-drawn farm equipment museum in Marcus, Iowa. Museum developer, owner and director, J. R. Pearson, will be happy to visit with you about the many unique and rare pieces in his four-building collection.

​J. R. Pearson: 712-229-4809 or pearson41@evertek.net