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    small axial flow combine harvester

    small axial flow combine harvester

    This tool is for documenting small scale axial flow threshing systems, harvest heads, and grain/bean separating approaches that could be used to retrofit existing combines and facilitate local manufacture of parts or even whole combines suitable for research and harvesting small plots of grains and oilseeds.

    seedling plug dislodger

    seedling plug dislodger

    For anyone trying to efficiently get seedlings out of trays, this is a simple solution. Please see the following blog post: http://www.agroecologychiloe.com/diy.html

    multi-dibbler

    multi-dibbler

    A multi-dibbler is a simple tool to mark a seeding bed. Follow this link to a step by step explination of how to make one: http://www.agroecologychiloe.com/diy.html

    Finger Weeder

    Finger Weeder

    Finger weeders are a cultivation tool which use ground driven, rubber, star shaped discs to disturb the soil very close to the cultivated crop. Their main advantage is their ability to reach in row weeds. They do not damage the cultivated crop because of the soft rubber which they are made of. They are best for transplanted or well-established crops because they can damage smaller crops.

    Hoophouse IoT & Temperature Control

    Hoophouse IoT & Temperature Control

    49: IoT* for Farming & 56: Hoop House Temperature Control See my blog at http://dicks-photon-arduino.blogspot.com/ especially Posts 49 and 56

    Cheap Electric Thresher???

    Cheap Electric Thresher???

    Don't get me wrong, I love all the bicycle powered tools being built but I was hoping to find something cheaper and easier. This led me to purchase a Sun Joe leaf Mulcher (https://www.amazon.com/Sun-Joe-SDJ616-Shredder-13-Amp/dp/B00EUU044S). I plan on threshing oats, bell beans and tillage radish seed pods once they are bone dry. I think it has potential to do the trick.

    Agricultural Entries and Translations from the Encyclopédie, 1751

    Agricultural Entries and Translations from the Encyclopédie, 1751

    The Encyclopédie was the first encyclopedia to include contributions from many named contributors, and it was the first general encyclopedia to lavish attention on the mechanical arts, such as metallaria (blacksmithing, metallurgy), agricultura (agriculture), vestiaria (tailoring, weaving), architectura (architecture, masonry), mercatura (trade), coquinaria (cooking). “This is a work that cannot be completed except by a society of men of letters and skilled workmen, each working separately on his own part, but all bound together solely by their zeal for the best interests of the human race and a feeling of mutual good will.” —Diderot The following sections first published in 1751 embody many of Farm Hack's ideals.

    solar electric tractor Sparky

    solar electric tractor Sparky

    Massey Harris Pacer converted to solar electris 48 V 10 hp (8 x 6 deep cycle batteries with 3 solar panels for a max of 750 W total). Electirc over hydraulic 3 point hitch added. Implements: tool bar with various attachments for market gardening, disc and harrows, seeder, inverter for weedeater/chainsaw/buzzsaw for distant work/firewood, hayrake, hay inverter, potato planter/harvester, pulls full loads of hay, small platform for moving tools/fencing supplies etc. around farm. Sparky is in its 5th year of operation with virtually no problems.

    Record Keeping and Profitability/Efficiency Analysis Tool

    Record Keeping and Profitability/Efficiency Analysis Tool

    This tool takes labor, materials, and sales data for each enterprise and automatically generates various reports to, among other things, compare the profitability of the users' enterprises and the efficiency of the users' methods.

    Mechanical Garlic / Cultivar Planter

    Mechanical Garlic / Cultivar Planter

    As a garlic farmer, we all know it is a very time consuming hands on type of planting and harvesting. It's difficult to find specific equipment since this farming industry is small. I knew there had to be a better way and I needed to bring this industry into the 21st century.