Hay Elevator ; Unknown Maker; Unknown

Name/Title

Hay Elevator

About this object

This is a Hay Elevator which had the purpose of elevating loose hay for the building of a stack. They were also used for feeding sieves up to a thrashing mill. This Hay Elevator was used by John Rowley on a farm at Tuatapere up until the late 1950s to stack hay.

Due to a lack of storage options, the timber work had decayed when the Club received the Hay Elevator and it has since been completely restored to working condition by Denis Casey, Malcolm Keen, Allan Waghorn and Doug Hurst.

Maker

Unknown Maker

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

Unknown

Place Made

Unknown

Medium and Materials

inorganic, processed material, metal, cast iron
inorganic, processed material, metal, alloy, steel
inorganic, processed material, metal, copper
inorganic, processed material, metal, alloy, copper alloy, brass
inorganic, processed material, metal, alloy, nickel
inorganic, processed material, canvas
organic, processed material, vegetal, wood

Measurements

h 1710 mm x w 2005 mm x l 1800 mm

Subject and Association Keywords

Agriculture

Subject and Association Keywords

Machinery and Tools

Object Type

occupation-based equipment

Rights

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