Monday, June 1, 2020

Tuesday Torque: Armstrong Corn Shellers

These machines will develop a kid's work ethic and he will feel great, pulling his weight on the farm. Susan and I shot these photos and video segments at Pinckneyville last October.


3 comments:

John in Philly said...

Pretty slick machinery.
What is done with the corn cobs afterwards?

David aka True Blue Sam said...

When I was a kid, the cobs were ground coarsely and used for the floor in the chicken house. Some were kept in the wood box, and were dipped in kerosene for fire starters.

John in Philly said...

Thank you.