At 10, Logan Butler has his share of trophies lining the walls of his bedroom.
Last month, Logan, of Geuda Springs, once again won the National Champion Pedal Pull title in Mitchell, S.D.
A pedal pull is like a tractor pull, but instead of motorized vehicles, competitors attempt to pedal a miniature tractor pulling a weighted sled. The one who can pull his or her sled the farthest wins.
Butler won the 10-year-old division of the National Pedal Pull Association's competition, with the only "full pull" against 23 others, said his mother, Cathey.
"He's at that point in his life that he doesn't even realize this is work," she said. "He thinks it's fun."
Logan, who will advance to the International Champion Pedal Pull in July in Fairfield, Iowa, is the two-time winner of the title. He began tractor pulling when he was about 7 and competes annually in the South Haven fair and usually advances to the Kansas State Fair.
The top three winners of the Kansas State Fair are eligible to compete in the national competition.
"I remember telling him the first time he competed at the state fair that if he got first, we would go to South Dakota," Cathey Butler said. "I was thinking at the time that is a ways to drive. Well, lo and behold, he won, and we've been there twice now."
Cathey said her son is famous for finishing his race and running up to his dad, Brett, whispering, "Did I get it? Did I get it?"
"He has just been on a roll," she said. "The competition is tough, but he is doing well."
While waiting for the international competition in July, Cathey said her son will continue to be a help on the family farm.
"When it comes to the physical work, we always have Logan," she said. "I'm just so excited for him, I know that."