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8/22/2014

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August 2014 Mystery Tool C

August 2014 Mystery Tool C

Handle measures 14 inches long. No markings. 

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8/15/2014

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August 2014 Mystery Tool B

Mystery Tools from August 2014 Issue

Each weighs 95 pounds. Each measures 26 inches by 6 inches with 1-9/16-inch shaft.

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8/8/2014

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August 2014 Mystery Tool A

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It's marked “C-10” and “C-12.” Cement residue was found in several spots.

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8/1/2014

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July 2014 Mystery Tool E

 July 2014 mystery tool E
 July 2014 mystery tool E

No information was provided about this tool.

Check back here Aug. 19 for the correct answers or find them in the September issue of Farm Collector.

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7/25/2014
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July 2014 Mystery Tool D

July mystery farm tool D
Marked “Patent Date December 21, 1914” and “16” (above the patent date). Both markings are next to the crank. Measures 8-3/4 inches long, 5 inches tall (not including lid), 7-3/4 inches tall (with lid and handle), 5-1/2 inches wide. Large gear, 3-1/2 inches in diameter; small gear, 3/4-inch in diameter.

It's marked “Patent Date December 21, 1914” and “16” (above the patent date). Both markings are next to the crank. The tool measures 8-3/4 inches long, 7-3/4 inches tall, 5-1/2 inches wide. Its large gear measures 3-1/2 inches in diameter; small gear, 3/4-inch in diameter.

July mystery farm tool D

Check back here Aug. 19 for the correct answers or find them in the September issue of Farm Collector.

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July mystery farm tool D



7/18/2014

July 2014 Mystery Tool C

July Mystery Farm Tool C

No Information provided

Check back here Aug. 19 for the correct answers or find them in the September issue of Farm Collector.

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7/15/2014

June 2014 Mystery Tool A

June 2014 Mystery Tool A

Gravity milk/cream separator. Whole milk direct from the cow was poured into this container through cheesecloth, which would strain out any foreign material. Cool well water was added; a few hours later, the cream rose and could be skimmed off. Identified by Harold Parman, Topeka, Kansas; Ronald Deisher, Marshall, Illinois; Lloyd Florence, Council Grove, Kansas; Dale White, Stanton, Michigan; Lawrence B. Meyer, Maryville, Missouri; Bob Collins, Union City, Michigan; Wendell Nutt, Axtell, Nebraska; Glenn Brendle, Gap, Pennsylvania; Richard Bader, Middletown, New York; Bob Spencer, Stanton, Iowa; Calvin and Henrietta Baas, Falmouth, Michigan; Don Ammons, Hoxie, Kansas; Perry D. Duvall, Winchester, Virginia; Duane Craig; Jerry Otto, Shoreview, Minnesota; Larry Elgin, Burlingame, Kansas; Richard D. Hart, Elgin, Illinois; Bob Stevens, Coin, Iowa; Jo Gwinn, Helena, Oklahoma; Dennis Heisdorffer, Hedrick, Iowa; Darrel King, Ramah, Colorado; George Fogle, Mason, Michigan; Frank Carey, Monson, Massachusetts; L.D. Schnake, Overland Park, Kansas; Edward Kern, Seymour, Indiana; Ned Newkirk, Moreno Valley, California; OK Blackstone, Caribou, Maine; Sharon Majors, Mt. Carmel, Illinois; Dennis O’Brien, Mazeppa, Minnesota; Harold Metternick, Alto, Michigan; Larry Haigh, Bellevue, Michigan; Dennis Merlau, Delton, Michigan; Loren A., Fulton, Ohio; Jim Hemann, St. Rose, Illinois; Roger and Joanne Dale, Hanley Falls, Minnesota; Donald D. Sarchet; Royle Bailard, Alto, Michigan; Leonard Keifer, Gaithersburg, Maryland; Garrison Brown, Eastville, Virginia; Tom Cleveland, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania; Wayne Rowell, Wilmington, Vermont; Joseph Harner, Roanoke, Virginia; Hugh Grim, Spokane, Washington; Merle Tank, Oxford Junction, Iowa; Stephen Clemens, Mazeppa, Minnesota; Robert Trunk, Princeton, Minnesota; Dick McGuire, Cambridge, N.Y.; Carroll Kerley, Peck, Kansas; Harold Jehle, Baldwin City, Kansas; Jessie Coyle, Cottontown, Tennessee; Francis Sperfslage, Edgewood, Iowa; Louis Harnish, Wayland, Michigan; Wallace Kruse, Goose Lake, Iowa; Melvin Milner, Hobart, Indiana; Erwin Fullerton, S. Woodstock, Vermont; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dilling, Kings, Illinois; Melvin Glick, Hartsville, Indiana; Larry Schultz, Fennimore, Wisconsin; Harry Bartosch, Schulenburg, Texas; Mil Harr, Centennial, Colorado; Dean Wealing; J.J. Likens, Tompkinsville, Kentucky; Lloyd Weber, Riverside, Iowa; Jim Monroe, Culpeper, Virginia; Steve Sylvester, Centuria, Wisconsin; Jim Glascock, Cedar Grove, Indiana; Leon Janzen, Ellsworth, Kansas; Robert Heitman, Grand Marsh, Wisconsin; Jerry Culey, Gillette, Wyoming; Merle Tank, Oxford Junction, Iowa; Paul Atha, St. Joseph, Missouri; John Wilding, Hermann, Missouri; Phil Gent, Monmouth, Iowa; Wesley Miller, Onawa, Iowa; Rosa (White) Brock, Lindsborg, Kansas; Gary Dix, Pendleton, Indiana. Photo submitted by Charles Cochran, Shelbyville, Indiana.

June 2014 Mystery Tool B

June 2014 Mystery Tool B

Poultry killing device. Identified by Stephen Clemens, Dale White, Richard Bader, Garrison Brown, Harold Jehle, Erwin Fullerton, J.J. Likens, Jim Glascock. See patent no. 2,081,229. Photo submitted by Bob Michaelis, Lagrangeville, N.Y.

June 2014 Mystery Tool C

June 2014 Mystery Tool C

Fence stretcher. Bob Spencer, Garrison Brown, Larry Haigh, Stephen Clemens, Royle Bailard, Harold Kaufman, Harold Jehle, Dale White, Jessie Coyle, Wallace Kruse, Erwin Fullerton, Melvin Glick, Paul Atha, John Wilding, Paul Stav, Helena, Montana; Don Ward, Caledonia, Illinois; James F. Bowdle, Columbus, Ohio; Virgil Koci, Topeka, Kansas; Dan Foor, Groveport, Ohio; Wayne Yeoman, Orangeville, Illinois; Wendell Starkebaum, Higginsville, Missouri; Gary Rose, Nevada, Missouri; Robert F. Phillips, Newberry, Florida; Daniel Akers, Floyd, Virginia; Mel Weddle, Fountaintown, Indiana; Fred Blau, Reading, Minnesota. See patent no. 912,845. Photo submitted by William Longcore, Sparta, Mich.

June 2014 Mystery Tool D

June 2014 Mystery Tool D

Hand-whittled corn husking peg. Identified by Harold Parman, Ronald Deisher, Richard Bader, Garrison Brown, Lloyd Florence, Stephen Clemens, Dale White, Bob Collins, Leonard Keifer, Glenn Brendle, OK Blackstone, Robert Trunk, Wendell Starkebaum, Dick McGuire, Carroll Kerley, Steve Sylvester, Jim Glascock, Robert Heitman, John Wilding, Gary Dix, Harold Jehle, Robert F. Phillips, Jessie Coyle, Francis Sperfslage, Erwin Fullerton, Melvin Glick, J.J. Likens, Louis Harnish, Frank Carey, George Fogle, Larry Haigh, Wayne Rowell, Royle Bailard, Joseph Harner, Ken Bolton, Fall Creek, Wisconsin; Harold Kaufman, Porterfield, Wisconsin; Clarence Melton, Emden, Illinois; Bob Wittersheim, Saline, Michigan; Larry Buckner, Traverse City, Michigan; Billy Cooper, Irvine, Kentucky; Leo Yelk, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin; Fred Space, Sussex, New Jersey.

June 2014 Mystery Tool E

June 2014 Mystery Tool E

Mouth speculum for sheep or goats. Identified by Harold Parman, Bob Spencer, Duane Craig, Lloyd Florence, Garrison Brown, Dale White, Richard Bader, Wendell Nutt, Dennis Merlau, Royle Bailard, George Fogle, Frank Carey, Wendell Starkebaum, Carroll Kerley, Harold Jehle, Erwin Fullerton, Jim Glascock, John Wilding, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dilling, Francis Sperfslage, Bob Wittersheim, Ned Newkirk, Harold Kaufman, Les Zwink, Gibbon, Nebraska; Blaine Horrocks, Neola, Utah; David E. Hawker, Frederick, Maryland; Alfred Holscher, Elwood, Nebraska; Sheldon Malmedal, Linton, North Dakota; William Dykhuis, Hallock, Minnesota; Richard Stuenkel, Monee, Illinois; Orville Elmshaeuser, Wilton, Iowa; Roger Elmshaeuser, Ogallala, Nebraska; Evan R. Johnson, Walton, Kansas. “This is an oral speculum used for prying open the mouth of the patient to administer medications,” Garrison says. “The two crossbars are inserted horizontally behind the upper and lower canine teeth then levered vertically to open the mouth. I have used this tool for many years on hogs and sheep.” Photo submitted by Brian Lenz, Palmer, Iowa.





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