used by blacksmiths to pare the hoofs of horses.
It has a blade like a chisel, and is operated by a thrust movement, the handle resting against the shoulder.
The term is probably from the French boutoir; Provincial, boutavan. Some old Roman paring-implements of iron are yet extant.
（Husbandry.) An implement by which pats of butter of a given size are shaped and printed for market.
An implement for cutting and transferring pieces of butter.
In Fig. 1001 the blades are attached to shanks which unite in a spring coil, so as to separate them when not in actual use.
（Husbandry.) An implement for pressing and rolling butter to free it of the buttermilk.
It may be a fluted roller working in a bowl or on a board, or a conical roller on a slanting board which permits the buttermilk to run off.
（Coopering.) A howeling-adze used by coopers.