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Tractor pulls will return to Iowa State Fair

Tractor pulls will return to Iowa State Fair

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Tractor pulls will return to Iowa State Fair

One-hundred days from the opening ceremony of the 2021 Iowa State Fair, officials have announced a new attraction in the Elwell Family Park. As a result of a gift from Denny and Candy Elwell, the park will host the return of tractor pulls at the fair, according to a fair news release.

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