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Corn heads up

The Drago corn head is a hot commodity today. Sales of the unique product have skyrocketed.

The corn head features automatic, self-adjusting deck plates and longer knife rolls that pull the ears down slower, greatly reducing butt shelling and yield loss. The manufacturer, Dragotec USA, says that losing just two kernels of corn per square foot of ground will add up to a 1-bu./acre loss, which makes this kernel keeper a good buy.

Prices for a corn head start $59,000. Stalk choppers are an additional $1,900/row. Call 888/789-2723, or visit www.dragotec.com.

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