The Early County Museum is paying tribute to the backbone of its town's economy.
It's finished an agriculture and farming exhibit.
Board Member Phillip Moore, says farming has always been a vital interest for the county.
The museum wanted to showcase just how far the industry has come for younger generations.
The exhibit displays equipment used before the 1950s.
"We wanted to keep this alive, so that the younger generations could look back and see just how hard we had to work back when we were small children," Museum Board Member, Phillip Moore said.
The museum is open Tuesday through Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.