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Bill hook

Post  Admin on Wed Jan 09, 2008 1:44 am

A bill hook is an agricultural tool with the curved edge, formerly used for the harvests. Provided with a handle runs, the bent blade allows to gather a wisp of straw to slice it.
The difference between a bill hook and a sickle can be tiny, but the bill hook will generally have a broader blade, while the sickle will have a rounder form, almost circular.
Formerly, the bill hook was called Goï, everyday usage.
The legend claims that the druids used a gold bill hook to gather mistletoe in the oaks. However, in addition to poor qualities of a gold blade, the mistletoe seldom pushes in the oaks…

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