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Paul Maples

05-15-2003 16:03:45

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Folks I am in the process of buying a McCormich Deering Hammer Mill 10 C. Now my problem: I don't even know what they are used for, I just thought it would be a nice piece of equipment to hook up to a Stationary Engine to take to shows. Can someone tell me what the purpose of the mill is and how it works or direct me to a site that has this information. Thanks

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Hugh MacKay

05-16-2003 19:56:27

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 Re: NEED INFO ON MCCORMICK DEERING HAMMER MILL 10C in reply to Paul Maples, 05-15-2003 16:03:45  
Paul: Just to added to the previous post, the 10C was built from 1938 to 1958 and 25,396 units were built during the production run. A twin bagger could be added for $7.00. I expect that is the 1938 price. It looks as though the mill with the chain feed was around $250. and with just a hopper feed it could be bought for $180. Just thinking these prices could have been 1950s prices. My SA was bought by the original owner in 1953 for $950. From there inflation really took off as a 130 was about $1,650. by 1958.

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here, try this

05-16-2003 04:32:59

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 Re: NEED INFO ON MCCORMICK DEERING HAMMER MILL 10C in reply to Paul Maples, 05-15-2003 16:03:45  
a hammermill is for grinding feed.
there are interchangable screens with different size holes for griding various grains. watch for wear on the screens and hammers. the edges should be square. the 10 c has a traveling table that is use to grind roughage, ie hay, corn stalks, ear corn, etc.

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