Bickford & Huffman's Improved Seed Drill
From The Cultivator, 1851
The accompanying cut is a representation of a seed drill, on which important improvements are said to have been made by Lyman BICKFORD and HENRY HUFFMAN, of Macedon, Wayne county, N. Y. The cut gives a perspective view of the machine, with its external gearing, &c. It is said to operate with great accuracy, being readily governed as to the amount of seed sown; and is also recommended on account of its simplicity and completeness of construction. Particulars can he learned by addressing the persons above named.
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