I know the word "handy" gets bandied about a lot around here, but if there is one wheel that could be considered handy it's this one. I submit to you The Pork Costulator, yet another service from Country Gentleman magazine (circa 1954).
This 10x10 inch hunk of metal helps you maximize your hog farming returns. C'mon! You can't depend on your hogs' appetites to get you the highest profits! This wheel is like a DIY guide to the swine business. Just feed them the specified amount of corn and watch the profits roll in. Or should I say trot in?
I had no idea that hog farming was so scientific. I figured you just toss them table scraps and bits of shoe leather and the rest takes care of itself. And since when does a hog under-eat? What are they called "hogs" for?