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THE FEED BIN AND FOOD CONCESSIONS
At the James Valley Threshing Show

A crowd gathers at the Feed Bin for the 4H Club dinner
A hungry crowd lines up at the Feed Bin for the 4H Club Ham Dinner

Everyone gathers where good food is, and our cooks and our vendors are known for their great food. The Feed Bin and food concessions are always popular spots at the James Valley Threshing Show.

Showgoers enjoy the 4H Club's grilled ham dinner

In the early morning hours, our famous Threshermen's Breakfast is served in the Feed Bin from 7:00 to 9:00 or later, until the food runs out. The Groton Lions Club serves breakfast on Saturday during the Show and the Groton Chamber of Commerce serves on Sunday morning.

The James Valley Threshing ladies serve the Threshermen's Breakfast on Friday morning , and then turn around and prepare lunch. On Saturday the Lazy Farmers 4H Club serves their famous ham dinner at noon, and on Sunday the Bristol Youth Group does the cooking and serving. On Saturday the Groton FHA with the Groton Kiwanis keep hungry showgoers well fed with a pork loin supper.

Not only is the food plentiful and delicious, the meals enable these groups to raise money to support their charitable ventures.

The Feed Bin was previously a grain holding building. it was donated by Carl and Julaine Johnson of Holmquist and an addition was completed in 2003 to provide more seating room. It comfortably seats 150 but has seated more than 180 during one sitting.

We have a lot of great memories of serving over the years and have made a lot of great friends. We hope you can join us at the James Valley Threshing Show. We have a great time and know that you will too.
Some of the food vendors at the Show:
The Orley Senior Center folks sell barbecue and home made pie
next to the John Deere Building


The Kettlecorn Kastle booth ready for the parade crowd near the grandstand

Everybody loves Pat Lee's mini donuts

Dakota Country Barbecue is set up and ready for the crowd,
between the Heritage Craft and Weavers buildings


Continue to The General Store Souvenir Shop

See you at the Show!

James Valley Threshers Show, Andover South Dakota

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