· It had the hay conveyer attachment. We had a dairy for a few years and then went to raising dairy heifers, then to beef tle. The hammermill was in a room below ground level of where the Farmall H sat, a small hole was broken through the wall of the feed room and the belt went down to the hammermill. The feed room was at the end of the grainery made from 2"x6" boards layed one on top .
· The side PTO on the JD's I have run 560 as do most of the older,belt speed is a 9 inch pulley an NAA Ford would need to [email protected] pulleys on most Hammer Mills are about 4 inches in diameter so they run high could use something like a garden tractor rear wheel on a PTO shaft on pillow blocks to drive the mill.