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Author 'Perronnet Catherine' (Id 247146 ) : The dependencies of the country house of our friends are a wealth of objects that have had a use once and abandoned for many years. It is a tarare, that is to say, a machine used for winnowing, and that has helped replace the winnowing manual.

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> Alyph [G] [P] [C] >Reply Dec 19, 2019
The photo of the tarare evokes memories. Thanks to the blades that are spinning at high speed producing a strong current of air that allowed to clean the grains of wheat in their envelope.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Dec 19, 2019
Thank you for your interest. It is true that this machine is a beautiful piece that we made take a leap in the past.
> Dan.dussaux [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 17, 2019
I don't know this kind of machine, I have however seen many others used to make this work, I'm still young without a doubt. Bravo for this presentation and your framing Cathy. Good Sunday.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 17, 2019
I know nothing of the world of agriculture that it be of today or of the past, so I was delighted and surprised to discover this old machine in the outbuildings of the family house of my boyfriend. Thank you for your passage and good Sunday to you too.
 > Dan.dussaux [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 17, 2019
But this certainly has a value, some collect them. I spent 25 years in the Beauce, they have to know by then, even if the machines now produce in abundance in this granary of France. In Lorraine, it is above all the livestock but the former are always interested by this kind of object in the past, some of the restore to go to the restaurant then. It is well to have it shot always, the photo makes you want to be interested in it, it proves that your friend likes to keep nice things. see you soon and thank you Cathy.
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 12, 2019
I don't know what kind of machine and winnowing, either. The object is well preserved. Nice photo of an old object.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 14, 2019
I have to say that before discovering this machine in the outbuildings of the family house of my boyfriend I did not know either. Thank you for all of Guylaine.
> Henri33510 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 12, 2019
Here is a 'machine' that I have known. For us it was not the fanning but I think the 'ventar' or 'venta'. Because the verb derived Ventar means in occitan 'throw it to the wind, disperse,' that is to say, in speaking of the grain ' a winnowing '. Thank you for this reminiscence, illustrated by your photo nicely framed.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 12, 2019
It is very fun that you have known this kind of machine, there must remain a few like this in the outbuildings of the farms. Thank you for your passage.
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 11, 2019
Good idea to have your photo taken. At the death of my grandparents and later my parents, I had to get rid of a lot of interesting things, but when one lives in a small apartment, we can't keep photos and very small things.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 11, 2019
This is sure to keep objects of this size, it is necessary to have dependencies important : this is the case of the house of the family of my boyfriend. Thank you for your passage Ninik. I have posted another photo, less tight : you'll have to tell me the one that you prefer.
> Gélinotte [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 11, 2019
??? Not know this is without a doubt that I must be too young ! I love these places where one discovers the life 'before'... nostalgia, nostalgia... luckily there are people who know how to keep them... Thank you Cathy for this great discovery.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 11, 2019
I love its shape and its appearance : this object has ease the life of some people, and then was replaced by another even more effective. Thank you for your interest in Grouse.
> Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 11, 2019
A beautiful image of this tool in the past and has had to make many services and take down an important job. Now he takes his removal without a doubt as its owners and could go to expose in a museum. (TB).
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 11, 2019
I think in fact that this object is in retirement for some time and the people who have used it have since disappeared. Thank you for your comment.
> GAUDE J-M [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 10, 2019
It is a museum piece that you offered us here. When you think of the progress made since the use of this tool, there is still the dreamer, and perhaps also nostalgic for some. Congratulations and good luck for the contest. (TB).
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 10, 2019
Thank you, Jean-Claude, however, this is not a very distant past, evoked by the object, but the evolution has been rapid.
> Mady [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 09, 2019
An old object that has had its usefulness, and now abandoned, it is always a little emotional for those who have experienced it, and frightening for younger children It is indeed a bit tight in the frame, but not easy in the environment.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 10, 2019
You're right Mady : an entire past comes to the surface in the face of such an object. I shook because the rest of the decor was no use. Thank you for your visit.
> G.b.45 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 09, 2019
Hello Cathy, nice photo of this antiquity, I find that it is a little too tight, I think you've done this to avoid the objects around... Good for the contest !
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 10, 2019
Yes I tight as the rest of the decor was useless and what we see is enough to show that the object is abandoned. Thank you for your interest.
> Jofu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 09, 2019
I have known this tool. There was of course no electric motor and needed to rotate the mechanism by hand. An abandoned object, of course :the 18:. Thank You Cathy.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 10, 2019
The outbuildings of the family house of my buddy, are a mine of this kind of objects ! Thank you for your passage.
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