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    Old farm equipment

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    Old piece of farm equipment. The tree had grown up through and around and died. Any help on what itís function was and age would be greatly appreciated. Assuming it was part of cotton operation.
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    I took the battery out because I like my bacon crispy
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    I think itís a press to extract sorghum.

    Edit ..... sugar cane ....
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    Letz was one of the leading manufactures of corn grinders in the early 1900's. The one in the pic is a later model feed grinder. That one would have made a great display at an Engine & Tractor Show!!!
    Last edited by Tony in SC; Apr 07, 2021 at 09:20 AM.
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    I took the battery out because I like my bacon crispy
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    Silage or wet corn, the whole corn stock got shredded and than flung to top of silo. It’s different than the one I have seen but it’s still rusted iron and I like it a lot.
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    Thank you to everyone for the great feedback!!

 

 

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