WAREHAM – With 130 years in business as a cranberry equipment manufacturer, the Hayden Manufacturing Co. took on the business of antiques as well about 12 years ago, with the Hayden Separator Antique Shop. “We love this shop, we love working with cranberry growers and the folks that come into our shop for antiques as well,” said owner David St. Jacques. “Our family has been working with the cranberry industry forever and cranberry growers, like farmers, have an incredible work ethic that makes the backbone of this country, and the folks that like shopping for antiques share something else from our lives, we love antiques, too.” This is a shop that still sells all kinds of cranberry equipment such as separators, which were used (and still are, internationally and by smaller growers) to separate good from bad cranberries. “It revolutionized the cranberry industry,” said Raymond St. Jacques, “by saving many hours of sorting the cranberries by hand, thus producing larger profits for cranberry growers.” In 1927, Emile St. Jacques, the grandfather of David and Raymond St. Jacques, bought the Hayden Separator Co. from Linthrop Hayden of Carver. The Hayden Separator was used to se...