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02-21-2021 14:35:31

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Can you tell me anything about item in Lot No. 151? It says it is a seeder, but I can't figure out how it would be used. Looks like it is supposed to mount on something.

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02-21-2021 18:52:08

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 Re: Auction Item Question in reply to c.amick, 02-21-2021 14:35:31  
Thanks for the replies. I have one with the horizontal spreader blade. Never seen one like this one.

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02-21-2021 17:11:11

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 Re: Auction Item Question in reply to c.amick, 02-21-2021 14:35:31  
Single row planter for corn, beans, peas etc.

Seed fall into the holes in the disc as it rotates. Then dropped into feed shute between the two disc that closes the furrow at the rear. Use to be able to get different disc that was for seed size or different spacing.

They basically work like a modern planter.

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02-21-2021 16:34:52

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 Re: Auction Item Question in reply to c.amick, 02-21-2021 14:35:31  
The one on the auction is missing the bag.

The chewed up bag is one I assume my grandmother made. The lettering was done by my grandfather. The black bag I made a couple years ago.

The ones with a horizontal spinner work better.

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02-23-2021 08:56:11

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 Re: Auction Item Question in reply to Moresmoke, 02-21-2021 16:34:52  
Was the new bag made from a re-purposed pants leg? She did a good job!

Actually that design has merit. I bet if you kept the discharge in front of you, your pockets wouldn't get any fertilizer in them.

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02-21-2021 14:42:37

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 Re: Auction Item Question in reply to c.amick, 02-21-2021 14:35:31  
It straps to your chest (the curved metal plate would be facing down towards your nether regions), then you crank the gear as you walk and and it broadcasts seed out of the forward facing cup that has a set of impellers in it to scatter the seeds.

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02-21-2021 14:44:02

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