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into which the seeds fall.
Two wheels are attached to the box,
one at each side.
They are about three and a half or four feet high, and are made of iron.
There is a shaft attached to the front of the box and it is about six or seven long.
It is made of wood and one horse is yoked at each side of it.
The corn is placed in the box, and it is let out into the pipes by means of little wheels.
There are eleven of those little wheels in the bottom of the box, which are turned round when the big wheels turn.
Seed-sowers are also made in Wexford by "Pierce."