How do you make a wooden butter churn?

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A wooden butter churn consists of a container, a lid, a dasher and a pole. To make one, you could use a wooden barrel and lid. Drill a hole through the lid for the pole and dasher. The dasher can be a flat pieces of wood nailed to one end of the pole in a cross pattern. The action of moving the pole up and down allows the dasher to beat the cream and separate the butter fat into larger globules.
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