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The Dyffryn Ial Vintage Machinery Club event attracted a record crowd at Ruthin livestock market, with no fewer than four threshing machines working throughout the day.
The team, consisting of SDSU management lecturer Michael Sloan, alumnus Gemechu Abraham, and management student Peter Morrill, demonstrated a threshing machine that efficiently processes teff, a grain the size of a sesame seed, found primarily in Ethiopia.
As they began to better understand the unique threshing system, the answer became clear: Increase the diameter of the rotor.
I found this old photograph of a threshing scene amongst my late father's collection.
The wheat threshing process has completed in southern districts including Dera Ismail Khan, Tank, Lakki Marwat and Bannu and continued in the central zone of Peshawar, Charsadda, Swabi and Mardan with fast pace.
Another interesting scene is the method of threshing harvested plants to separate grains from their spikes.
Two threshing machines were put to work, while host farmer Griffith Jones cut a field of corn using a Massey Harris Sunshine binder behind the family's 1956 Fordson E1A Major tractor.
With maximum engine power at 2,000 rpm of 200kW (272 hp), the CSX7050 combines are high capacity, extremely versatile machines, thanks to the four-drum threshing and separation technology.
THIS former threshing barn near Ditchingham has everything you might want for your fantasy country home from flagstones and a cosy kitchen range, to wooden beams, sloping ceilings, and even an outdoor hot tub.
The 51st Riverlea Claas all-Wales Ploughing and Hedging Championships attracted more than 100 craftsmen from across Wales and England in an event that included working displays of steam ploughing threshing and vintage displays.
The Threshing Barn and the Period Barn were converted more than 10 years ago into a combination of craft shop, gallery, tea shop and workshops.
OLD Mill House in Warkworth, Northumberland, is one of four properties converted from a former threshing mill.