Feed Mill or Hammer Mill

Sun Aug 01, 2004 9:56 pm

I am looking for a feed mill or hammer mill as we called them for my CUB.
Did IH make one for the CUB? Also, I went today and looked at one
that was an IH the only markings I could find was "7 77-FA IH. It appeared
to be about the same size as the one we had when I was coming up.
We pulled it with the Super C or the H.

Any info would be greatly appreciated.


Sun Aug 01, 2004 10:05 pm


Do you remember the mill J.P. displayed at Cubarama 2002? It was a cute little thing and sized for the Cub.


Sun Aug 01, 2004 10:25 pm

I know where a brand new (NOS) mill for a Cub is at but I have to get her to sell it to me one of theses days. It is still at the dealership.


Mon Aug 02, 2004 6:13 am

Russ: I have a hammer mill which I obtained from an older farmall mechanic who lives nearby. I haven't found any markers to identify the maker but he told me that it is IH brand. It is stored at my son's house. I don't plan to restore it so am willing to sell. Let me know if you are interested and I will drive out to take a closer look at its condition and see if I can find any indication that it is, in fact, made by IH. Dan

Mon Aug 02, 2004 5:08 pm

Russ: I called the previous owner of my hammer mill. He said that he used his cub to power the mill and that I got the complete unit. If interested, contact me off-line for additional information. Dan

Mon Aug 02, 2004 8:57 pm

Mr Willer,

I knew I could count on Y-O-U :lol: :lol: somehow I don't remember
seeing the mill you furnished a pic of. Thanks. The one I looked at
looks almost identical [aside from the old paint and rust and the fact
that it is scattered over a quarter acre] to this one, however, it looked
bigger. The pulley was made of paper and about 4 in. in diameter and
6 inches wide. The blade drum was about 14-16 in. in diameter as well
as the blower. The upright bin looked to be much bigger though.

Thanks again.

Tue Aug 03, 2004 8:09 am

er :oops: pardon my suburban upbringing, but what's the purpose of these mills?? :?:

Tue Aug 03, 2004 8:19 am

Art, they were used to grind grain for making feed for livestock.

Fri Aug 06, 2004 9:10 pm

Russ: I ran across this address on Yesterday's Tractors. Paper Pulleys (931) 388-9099. Also "info@paperpulleys.com". Enjoyed talking with you and looking forward to your visit. Dan