Dillon Farm Museum

Bygone agricultural tools and practices can still be found at the Dillon farm museum.

Left: In the first station, the smallest apples dropped through the conveyor and onto the slatted chute below, which deposited them into a suitably positioned box or bucket. Apples deemed large enough were delivered to the conveyor at the second station, which had holes larger than the first. Medium-size apples fell through this second set of holes and into a container below. The largest apples rode the second conveyor to the end and were hand-packed to prevent bruising.