Physical description

A steel curved double bladed silage or hay knife with two wooden handles at the top attached by rivets. The long blades have sharp points at the end. The handle bracket is joined to the steel blades by a nut and bolt. It has a cog mechanism to move the blades. It was used to cut hay when it is dry. Blocks were cut for the ? or stack as needed for stock feed. Silage is an animal feed cut and stored while still green.