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Sat, Sept 2nd, 2023

456 Stone Lake Rd SW, Bemidji MN

12 pm

In case of inclement weather, pull will move to Sun. to ensure everyone's safety and comfort. Please check our website or social media for updates in case we need to reschedule.   

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A big thank you to our sponsors for this event

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Puller Information

12pm start, gate closes 11am

Driver meeting 11:45am

Contact Wade Julin with questions 218-766-9065

4200, 4500, 500, 5500, 6000, 6500, 7000, 7500, 8500, 9500

$15 per hook, 50% payback

3 hook limit/tractor (includes jackpot)

20 inch hitch height

Farmstock: 4 mph limit

Improved class: 6 mph

Open class:  no speed limit

RPM limit 20% over Farmstock

RPM limit 30% over- improved , open, and Jackpot

Jackpots (6 mph)




hot stock diesel

1st $500, 2nd $250, 3rd $100

$20 per hook

hot stock diesel

contact  Rob Bell


This event is at:

Fuller Farm

456 Stone Lk Rd SW

Bemidji, MN 56601

(We are located about 3 mi past Bemidji High school).






Admission $10/person, 3 and under free

Tickets can be purchased online ahead of time or at the door.  We do accept credit cards at the door.  


Tractor Pull

Pulling starts at 12 pm

Please bring lawn chairs if you are able.

This is an alcohol free event. 

What is a tractor pull?

At a tractor pull, tractors will pull a sled along a 300 ft track.  The tractor that pulls the sled the farthest is the winner.  As the tractor pulls, the weight on the sled is transferred making it harder and harder to pull.  If the tractor is able to make it to the end of the track it is a "full pull."   Tractors compete in different categories based on the tractor's weight.

Tractor pulls can be loud!  You may want ear protection.

Kids pedal pull 

Registration at 12:30 pm, 1 pm start.

State sanctioned for kids ages 4-11.

Top 3 can advance to state.

Free with tractor pull admission

Everything is provided

What is a kid's pedal pulll?

A kids pedal pull works just like a tractor pull, but the power to pull the sled comes from the kid pedaling on a small tractor with pedals like they would pedal a bike.   Kids compete in categories based on age.  


Stop by these vendors that will have great things for sale at the pull.  

Sweets and Treats by Jenny

Cookies, bars, mini donuts, lemonade

Pink Zebra,  Home Fragrance

Soy wax fragrance beads, room sprays, fragrance oils

Across the Grain Designs

Cutting boards, signs, furniture

Northern Cactus Boutique 

Women’s and children’s clothing and accessories, hats, freeze dried candy, decorated sugar cookies


Macrame tables/plant hangers, jewelry, birch bark crafts, wind chimes, sun catchers, bookmarks, a plethora of crafts.

Spiders and More

Kid’s handmade jewelry, Princess crowns, handmade beaded spiders

218 Bakes

Baked goods - donuts, cookies, bars, cake slices

Candy Schmickle

Wood burning plaques


Ma-Made's Kitchen

This is our much loved fall festival food vendor.  This food stand does not accept credit cards.  

Barnyard Bites

Spectator Information


If you are interested in being a vendor at our tractor pull, please click the button below to reserve a spot.  Vendor spots are free but need to be reserved in advance, and will admit two people into the event..  You will need to provide tents, tables, chairs, etc. Reservations need to be made by Aug 26th.  

For setup, gates will be open until 11 if you will be driving a vehicle in.  Things can be carried in through the spectator entrance up until noon, but we ask that you be set up before the event starts.  

We will aim to have only 1 company seller per brand (ex Pampered Chef, Thirty- One, Scentsy, etc).  We have the right to refuse vendor spots to anyone at any time.  We are a family event so products must be in good taste and appropriate for kids, or out of sight of kids.  

In case of inclement weather, we will move the event to Sunday. Please contact us if you have any questions.  

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