TOMAH, Wisconsin (WXOW) - Saturday marked the third day of the 37th Budweiser Dairyland Super National Tractor Pull.
Organizers expect 75,000 to attend the event in Tomah, Wisc.
Officials say attendance is up from this time last year when rain canceled one day of pulling.
Fans flocked from as far as Washington state to watch the pull, one of the largest events of its kind.
"It's kind of like the Super Bowl in football," said "Rampage" team driver Danny Schmucker. "Everybody wants to do well at the Super National events. We got two of them during the season so you always want to bring your A-game to those."
The last tractor pull event begins Sunday at noon. Tickets are 22 dollars. All proceeds benefit the Monroe County Agricultural Society.
For more information, go to http://tomahtractorpull.com/.
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