Yep! But we called it Pitching Horseshoes. In my small town there would be a game every evening during the summer of the 50sThat horseshoe looks more like a throwing shoe than from a Clydesdale. It has no nail holes.
We still have a meat grinder and a flat iron among a few other old things.
My neighbor and I rigged up his meat grinder with a 1/4 HP motor with pulleys and belts to grind up Venison and Hog.