Processing Corn for Fodder

Processing Corn for Fodder - The Farmers' Museum
Processing Corn for Fodder
Real photo postcard. Multiple farmers work together to process corn for use as animal feed. A large mechanical corn sheller or husker powered by a stand alone gas engine and belt power is used to process the crop. A small pile of stripped corn cobs is on the ground beneath a chute on the left side of the photograph. A horse-drawn wagon is backed up against the machine on the far side and a man works to load the machine. Four other men are working near the engine. A large corn crib is on the right side of the photograph.
Physical dimensions: 
height 3.25 in ; width 5.375 in