Milk stool - definition of Milk stool by The Free Dictionary
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A short stool used to sit on while milking. While milk stools are usually shown as short three-legged stools, they often had only one leg and were made from lumber scraps, e.g. a ten-inch length of two-by-six nailed to a short section of four-by-four or firewood. That one leg, along with the two of the milker, comprised a stable support.
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15 Using a joinery method borrowed from early 1900s Arts and Crafts furniture, Rich Brilliant Willing's Cask Milk stool
is a rugged, durable 18-inch-tall seat.
The East London Furniture Company makes furniture from recycled products, and its three-legged milk stool
is made from a recycled wooden pallet, pounds 200.
Having manufacturing capabilities added the balancing leg to the milk stool
, if you will," notes Chris.
They're something like the three legs of a milk stool
Often a milk stool
is mounted in a flat-barn parlor to allow the machine operator to sit as cows are prepped and milking units are attached (Figure 19-6).