Maybe no one other than myself will be interested in this post, but since I have been on my journey learning about how to use the wheat and barley grains the farmer gave me, I thought I would post about my visit to Rough and Tumble Museum today, and generally give pictures and videos of how farmers farmed a long time ago. I took videos of how farmers started threshing the wheat grains many years ago, and what inventions were invented to help with separating the chaff from the wheat grains, and how farmers did then bail the straw. Steam engines were used many years ago to farm, and at Rough and Tumble Museum, they do show how inventions made it easier for farmers to farm over the years. There is a pageant of threshing, which I thought is very interesting. I also saw an old saw mill operate. I asked the steam engine drivers many questions and also the saw mill operators. I only brought home a piece of the cedar wood the old saw mill sawed, and punches that I can use for many things. I had a enjoyable day going back in history and watching threshing of wheat and other things a Rough and Tumble Threshemen’s Reunion today.
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Videos and pictures.
How Steam Power Revolutionized the Farm in America
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