. Annual report of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University and the Agricultural Experiment Station. New York State College of Agriculture; Cornell University. Agricultural Experiment Station; Agriculture -- New York (State). Fig. 159 Fig. 160 Farmer's loop, last stage and C. Pass A under B and up between B and C, as indicated by the arrow in Fig. 157 and as shown in Fig. 15S. Pass C under A, as indicated by the arrow in Fig. 158 and as shown in Fig. 159. Pass B under C, as in- dicated by the arrow in Fig. 159 and as shown in Fig. 160, pull B out to form the loop, and ti

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. Annual report of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University and the Agricultural Experiment Station. New York State College of Agriculture; Cornell University. Agricultural Experiment Station; Agriculture -- New York (State). Fig. 159 Fig. 160 Farmer's loop, last stage and C. Pass A under B and up between B and C, as indicated by the arrow in Fig. 157 and as shown in Fig. 15S. Pass C under A, as indicated by the arrow in Fig. 158 and as shown in Fig. 159. Pass B under C, as in- dicated by the arrow in Fig. 159 and as shown in Fig. 160, pull B out to form the loop, and ti
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. Annual report of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University and the Agricultural Experiment Station. New York State College of Agriculture; Cornell University. Agricultural Experiment Station; Agriculture -- New York (State). Fig. 159 Fig. 160 Farmer's loop, last stage and C. Pass A under B and up between B and C, as indicated by the arrow in Fig. 157 and as shown in Fig. 15S. Pass C under A, as indicated by the arrow in Fig. 158 and as shown in Fig. 159. Pass B under C, as in- dicated by the arrow in Fig. 159 and as shown in Fig. 160, pull B out to form the loop, and tighten the knot to the condition shown in Fig. 161. Fig. 161.— Farmer's loop completed. Fig. 162.—Short splice, first stage SPLICES Short Splice.— To join the ends of two ropes by inter- lacing or weaving their strands together, the short splice is sometimes used. As all the gjf^^j^SSS. strands of one rope are woven into the other rope at one place, the rope at that place is six strands thick and the splice is of necessity considerably larger than the original rope. The short splice will not run through pulley blocks. * The writer has never seen this knot described in any reference book, at the Genesee County Fair at Batavia in 1910. It was shown to him by a farmer. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. New York State College of Agriculture; Cornell University. Agricultural Experiment Station. [Ithaca, N. Y. ?]

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