May Wes Offers Twin-Row Stalk Stompers

May Wes Offers Twin-Row Stalk Stompers

Quick-release Stalk Stomper shoes now come in two sizes, and will fit twin-row crop applications.

May Wes, the Stalk Stomper company, has incorporated twin-row management into its quick release Stalk Stomper shoe designs.

The quick-release shoe in 14-inchs was prototyped in the fall of 2011 and is now in production to join the 9-inch QR shoe. It is to be available in the new May Wes 2012/13 catalog, and on the web at www.maywes.com.

Stalk Stomper shoes come standard with 1/4-inch thick Ultra High Molecular Weight Poly liners over thick metal. The poly finish provides a non-stick advantage to stubble protectors made of metal only. The company is also announcing owners of original Stalk Stompers on their corn heads can now switch to the QR designs.

Twin-row Stalk Stompers from May Wes add tire protection to the latest management technique, adding to the company's long line of stubble-puncture solutions.

For more information on May Wes's stubble puncture protection visit www.maywes.com/stalk_stompers_combines.

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