HOUSING THE AGRIMOTOR ON THE FIELD.
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To meet the circumstance that the agrimotor must necessarily be left on the field at night, especially on large estates, it is 'essential to provide some form of portable protection from the elements. It is particularly desirable when-the -scene of operations is somewhat remote from the farm buildings, and the high road has to be traversed, because in this instance lost time is Aggravated by the removal and replacement of the spuds. Such a useful'adjunct ha,s been placed on the market for use in connection with.the Whiting-Bull-eulti-tractor by Whiting (1915), Ltd. The po-table garage comprises a canopy carried on light braced angle-iron supports. These are readily attachedothe existing 'bolts of the agrimotor being used. From this depend side curtains, so disposed ae to enclose the mechanism completely. The attachment shields the operator,againkt wind, sun.. or rain while working, and yet gives him full command of his work. With an adequate light yet strongly-built covering such as we illustrate, the agrimotor may be left standing in the field for any length of time in safety