They move in journals, L, and are operated by cog-wheels, K, from the cog, C. As the crushed stalk passes through these rollers, it is cut into lengths by the knife, P, on whose axle is the fly-wheel, 0, and it is also moved by the gearing M N,from the wheel, C. Then the ear not being able to pass through the rollers, J, it remains outside them until it is husked, and it drops through perfectly husked with the butt taken off, and the stalk, butt and leaves crushed and cut fit for fodder for cattle. Patents were obtained by the inventor Dec. 9, 18S6, and Oct. 13, 1857, from whom any further information can be obtained.