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threshing machine

[′thresh·iŋ mə‚shēn]
(agriculture)
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Case Legacy" reports: "Throughout the 1860s, Case had foreseen the need for a new power source for his threshing machines.
While it has yet to be certified by Guinness World Records, event organizers believe they have set a new record for "most threshing machines operating simultaneously.
And, no doubt, these new threshing machines brought problems, as there were no health and safety regulations in those days.
Her granddad was a steam engine man and had several threshing machines.
Smaller threshing machines were popular on Welsh hill farms: many were built to speed up farming during World War 2.
Threshing machines of that era were about 30 feet long, 8 to 10 feet tall and about 5 feet wide.
I found the article on restoring threshing machines (Farm Collector, July 201 3) very interesting.
Hay carriers, threshing machines, tractors, steam engines, windmills, hog oilers, gas engines--you name it, there's room under the old iron tent for all of it.
When it comes to antique threshing machines, great minds think alike--at least at the LeSueur County (Minn.
John Deere made five threshing machines at one time and 1 own four of them," he says.
The Frick company's agricultural roots are largely forgotten, although Frick steam engines and threshing machines are still seen at steam shows around the country.