This is what I use to get the hulls off of hickory nuts. It is like a pitching machine for hickory nuts. The wheels compress and shoot the nuts down into the backstop. This knocks the hulls off and they then fall into the water below. I have two treys set up below the back stop. The good nuts sink to the bottom of the first trey and the hulls and bad nuts float which I collect in the second trey and discard. I then can remove the first trey and sort through nuts to check for worm holes. I then can put in a sack for shipment. I use a bucket with the bottom cut out to hold the sack open. I place the sack around the out side of the bucket and into a ring with chains welded on to. The bucket stays in place on the ring and the chains support the sack to hold the weight. There is room for improvement in this system but things are going fairly well.
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