I need to shell some ear corn and wanted to know if anyone had experience with one I was thinking something like a John Deere 43.
There don't seem to be any for sale in my part of the country (North Carolina)
If anybody happens to run across one I would appreciate info about it.
I am from NC too and I see some of these from time to time. I know where one is that is for sale that is powered by a flat belt if you are interested.
I might be intrested in a flat belt powered sheller depending on what shape its in.
Where in NC are you located?
Will I know where there are 2 pto driven mcormick's he did won't to sell them both for 200.00 & they both have been shelterd & in good shape. i'm in central n.c.
I sure wish I was closer!
where are you near in central nc, im in Winston-Salem
The belt drive should work just as well and I would think it would be cheaper than pto. At least that is the way it is around here.
I'm in Highfalls about 30 min. from Pinehurst. The belt drive ones are alot more collectible but the pto drives are easyer to hook up and get to work faster. I have one of the mcormic's it does a good job.
Do the mccormick shellers do pretty good if there are some shucks on the corn?
I pick with a NI 309 so there are a few shucks on the ears.
They do real good i have pulled some by hand and run through mine it done just fine you just have more to clean up .
If he still has the shellers for sale I would like to talk to him about them if thats possible
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