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Sign: Kfar Yehoshua - Agricultural Tools - Bissuk


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7, Kfar Yehoshua, Israel
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On the sign:
בִּיסוֹק
סמל המושב כפר יהושע

בעזרתו חרשנו וקִלטַרנו את שדות הכפר שנים רבות,משנות השלושים.
היה רתום לשתיים-שלוש בהמות.

נמסר על ידי משק בן נר
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Comments:
A sign from the collection of historical agricultural tools on display in Kfar Yehoshua

The tool is an extension of the plow made by the German company Sack, in the 1920s a tool was built with two rake devices, called bissuk

The tool was photographed that day by the same photographer Click for a larger image

This agricultural tool is also displayed in Mazkeret Batya Click for sign's details

Translation of the text on the sign:

Bissuk
The emblem of the moshav Kfar Yehoshua

With his help we plowed and cultivated the village fields for many years, from the 1930s.
Was harnessed to two or three beasts.

Delivered by Ben Ner Farm



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