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Ear Savers For Poly Cornhead Snouts
Poly corn head snouts have become popular in recent years due to their light weight and slippery surface that allows the crop to slide better than steel snouts. However, the new-style snouts can still lose ears, says Lofquist Welding, Elwood, Neb., which has just come out with "ear savers" designed to mount on both ends of the header.
The units mount over the end of the snouts. "They guide stalks up and into the header unlike other ear savers that bolt on behind the snouts leaving too much room for ears to fall off," says Steve Lofquist. The ear savers are painted Deere green and fit 30 or 36-in. row spacings. They sell for $200 a pair.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Lofquist Welding, Inc., 206 Ontario St., Elwood, Neb. 68937 (ph 308 785-2755).

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1996 - Volume #20, Issue #2