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Handy Farm Devices
and How to Make Them



By Rolfe Cobleigh



Handy Farm Devices<br>and How to Make Them by Rolfe Cobleigh


Dating from the Golden Age of American Farming, this volume is both a tribute to days gone by and a resource for present day homeowners, farmers, and ranchers striving toward greater self-sufficiency.

Here you will find hundreds of clever ways to transform those odds and ends that might seem like junk into very useful gadgets and tools, from a treadmill that can power a dairy separator and churn, to a drinking fountain for chickens.

Other devices include a rig for moving large trees; a self-feeder for bees; a hand garden cultivator; and gates that lift over snowdrifts.

It’s full of useful illustrations and includes a whole section of tried-and-true tips.

Handy Farm Devices and How to Make Them 978-1-60239-103-1 304 pages $9.95
  





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