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Combine cornstalk stopper add-on

Combine cornstalk stopper add-on

May-Wes rolls out a new Stalk Stomper solution for Geringhoff corn head.

The bane of farms these days are tire-puncturing corn stalks that have a strength rating higher than any rubber compound, but farmers are finding that there are solutions if they add some kind of stalk busting solution. May Wes Manufacturing has added a Quick Disconnect 2 Stalk Stomper solution for the Geringhoff Horizon corn head.

May-Wes rolls out a new Stalk Stomper solution for Geringhoff corn head.

The tool-bar mount kitted products are available in a range of options from 2-row up to 18 rows, and show widths of 9- or 14-inches. The latest version of the Stalk Stomper - the Quick Disconnect 2 has a range of new features including an assembly that locks into place with self-contained lock pin and no loose parts; a chain sleeve to protect from binding debris buildup; an adjustable spring for easy change of height and down pressure; and the toolbar mount bracket offers both operating and transport options.

And May Wes offers an upgrade package to allow corn head owners with the previous design to upgrade to the new Quick Disconnect 2 design. Learn more about the new Stalk Stomper by visiting

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