The stool is made of three pieces of board and a piece of round, or stake, iron. The appearance and manner of construction are clearly shown in the illustration. The seat board is sawed out to fit the circumference of the bucket to be used, and the iron is also bent to this curve and fastened to the board as shown. The little shelf on the front support holds the bucket at the right height, and keeps it clean and out of the way of the cow's foot while milking.

A Milk Stool Having a Place to Keep the Bucket Clean and at the Right Height

Ill: A Milk Stool Having a Place to Keep the Bucket Clean and at the Right Height