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Hay press identification?


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Old 12-21-2016, 06:27:40 PM
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Can anyone identify this press? I couldn't take any better pictures.

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Ann Arbor. I made a 1/3 scale model of the one at Brooks.

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If there is anyone on here who would like to have a hay press for their show or personal use, I have one that I would give free to a good home. Have never been able to identify it, big, would need restored, I think it is all there and not broken up except for the wheels arent in the greatest shape. I bought it for 10.00 at a farm sale solely to save it from a scrapper. Its on the farm in Grinnell, Kansas. Free as is where is.
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Dan, I would be interested if no-one serious inquires about it. Thanks for the generous offer. Kevin
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Could you post some photos of the press?

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