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Corn Chopper
New on the market in Europe with a completely "row independent" chopper is Krone Mashinenfabrik, of West Germany.
Intended for work either in or out of rows, the 6' -ft. wide MC 16B "corn chopper" uses a combination of stationary knives and a horizontal bed chain equipped with 16 knives and paddles to cut the standing crop and deliver it to the chopping assembly. Three intake speeds are available to produce adjustable chop lengths from 1.6 in. to 11 in.
The high-capacity chopper, rated at 90 metric tons per hour, weighs only 2,425 lbs.
Contact: Krone Mashinenfabriken, Heinrich-Krone Strasse, 10, Spelle, West Germany D-4441 (ph 05 977-810).


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1986 - Volume #10, Issue #2