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thresh

[thresh]
(agriculture)
To extract grain or seed (as from wheat stalks) by treading, rubbing, striking with a flail, or using a threshing machine.
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Threshed grain separated through Sections 1, 2 and 3 of the concave were collected in tanks 7, 8 and 9, respectively.
This was obviously true; more the material had to be threshed more would have been the fuel consumption.
Table 4: Means and Duncan's multiple range groups regarding germination speed (GS), germination power (GP), electrical conductivity (EC) of seed leakage and water absorption rate (WAR) of chickpea seeds threshed by different beaters and concaves
Tying bags of threshed grain during an Old Time Threshers Reunion.
An early start meant a farmer's grain could all be threshed in one day.
The last two or three years we threshed, the grain wasn't first hauled into the barn.
As of November 20, 2017, as a whole, grains and legumes were threshed from an area of ?
Last fall a small army of enthusiasts operating five steam engines threshed a large stack of bundles plus another 12 to 15 wagon loads.
As of November 16, 2017, as a whole, grain and leguminous crops were threshed from the area of ?
The counter was used to record the amount of grain threshed so the farmer knew what he had produced and the thresher knew what to charge.
As of November 8, 2017, as a whole, grains and leguminous crops were threshed from the area of ?
Some farmers, however, stacked their grain in big piles to be threshed later.