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Blizzard Silo Filler

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07-05-2009 08:32:00

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I'm cleaning out the family barn and there is one item that someone would probably be interested in buying for demonstrations at antique tractor / steam engine shows. It's a Blizzard silo filler. I'd say it's in very good to excellent condition. It has always been stored inside. I'd guess it's somewhere around 70 years old. My father bought it when he was very young and he's now 88 yrs. old. I'd like to advertise it on this website but I have absolutely no idea what something like that would be worth. I'd like to see my Dad get something for it and also I'd like to see it not just be destroyed. I would imagine if it were moved outside and hooked up to a belt it would work just fine. There is also a 20ft. lenght of filler pipe in the barn with it. I think my Dad said that the blower was "Blizzard" and the trough was "Ross or Roth", something like that. Would anyone here know what it might be worth and perhaps if this is the best place to connect with someone who might be interested in having it for their collection? It would be such a waste to just move it ouside and watch it deteriorate.

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07-05-2009 17:26:21

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 Re: Blizzard Silo Filler in reply to HoyBoy53, 07-05-2009 08:32:00  
Where is it located? If you want top dollar for it adveritise it to the amish.

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07-06-2009 02:30:03

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 Re: Blizzard Silo Filler in reply to farmerjohn, 07-05-2009 17:26:21  
Thr Silo Filler is located at Stony Lake Michigan, 30 miles north of Muskegon.

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