Stalk Stomper Aims for Magnum

Stalk Stomper Aims for Magnum

May-Wes launches latest product designed to work with range of Case IH models, expanding model choices.

No-till and strip-till farmers facing the challenge of tough stalks is being met with a range of solutions. For May-Wes the answer is the Tractor Stalk Stomper and for 2014 the company is rolling out a design that fits the Case IH Magnum tractor models 235, 260, 315, 340 and 370. That's an addition to the line of tractors this product already fits including:

*Case IH Steiger Series (2012 and later, all models)

*Case IH Quadtrac Series (2012 and later, all models)

*Case IH Steiger Quadtrac Series (2011 and earlier, models 485 and 535)

*Challenger 700 & 800 Series (all track models)

*John Deere 8000/8R/8RT Series (all models)

*John Deere 9020 and 9030 Series (all models)

BEATING TOUGH STALKS: The Tractor Stalk Stompers from May-Wes are available for a variety of tractors, including the new launch for late-model Case IH Magnum machines.

*New Holland T9 Series (with SmartTrax, models T9.615 and T9.670)

The May Wes Stalk Stomper works off existing tractor hydraulics and offers a robust, versatile design. It can be quickly assembled and installed without the need for drilling or welding and is built around a standard 4-in.-by-4-in. toolbar.

Kitted options for the line include variations of show quantities and widths. Shoes are available in 14-, 24-, 32- and 38-inch widths.

You can learn more about the line by visiting www.maywes.com/stalk_stompers.

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