Title: 1916 Griffith and Turner Co. : farm and garden supplies
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Griffith and Turner Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Agricultural implements Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs Vegetables Catalogs
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Griffith and Turner Co., 1916
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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d. .^00 lbs. $2 0.Of) No. 2—Colony (Outdoor). Weight, crated, 208 lbs. . $16.00 THE COMBINATION COLONY BHOODER, No. 2 This Brooder is similar to the No. 1 in construction, and. is60 inches long, SO inches wide, 20 inches high in .rearuapd, .90inches in front. : The interior is divided into two large comp.irtraents ftyamovable partition—tue nursery room, ami sun parlor or exercising room; the floor throughout being im a level and 8inches from the ground. Between the yursery and exercisingroom is an opening IS inches wide, with a wooden door, hingedto open and close at will, so when desired the chicks may beconfined in eitber apartment. With the wooden door onened. thespace is covered with a heavy felt curtain,-slit for |i:i-<sageof the chicks back and forth. Two glass doors, 2r,i4 i c es,furnish access to the chicks confined. A movable board belowthe glass door brings each opening level with the floor and per-mits easy cleaning of each apartment. no on GRIFFITH (a TURNER CO =09
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THE PRAIRIE STATE STOVE BROODER The Prairie State Stove Brooder is built solidly of cast ironthroughout. This stove is not mounted upon legs. We have learnednot to use them because they afford a space under the stovewhere chicks may huddle and be burned to death. Therefore,the base of our stove rests squarely upon the floor. Bolted toit is a cylindrical cast iron ash pit of ample capacity, fitted with asolid door having non-heating handle and containing no openingthrough which hot ash or sparks may fly. This door has nofunction in the regulation of drafts, and need never be openedexcept to remove ashts. The entire volume of fresh air requiredfor proper combustion passes, subject to action of the regulator,through a cast iron air inlet elbow bolted to the top of the ashpit in such position as to admit air on the grate level. A one-piece jointless fire box rests upon and is bolted to the ash pitcasting. It is made of a high-grade foundry iron of chemicalcontent, such as will withstand i
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