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(2/23/2012 10:45:03 AM)
RE:M-H Barn Equipment.
Continuing on the theme of barn equipment and milling here is my Massey-Harris Electromatic Hammer Mill in absolutely original condition. I also have the original electric control panel for it, and as you can see it is complete with the cyclone. Identical machines were also badged Ferguson and Massey Ferguson and all are quite rare in my experience - perhaps the M-H ones the more so. I have seen examples of all come up for sale, but very rarely. They were 220 V so no immediate use over the pond without a transformer or whatver is required. I got this one up in Scotland years ago and did an 800 mile trip for it in the day in my old Land Rover - quite an epic.
The hammers ron horizontally and the electric motor is in the pedestal. They were made by a company called Scotmec.
Malcolm - this would save you that expensive gas with either the No. 3 or the stationary engine and produce lower price cakes!
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