Re: two row pull type corn picker in reply to Paul, 07-09-2013 07:17:58
The two row narrow model 325 spacing was 32 inches. The three row narrow was 30 inches. I would suggest a single row but don't think shellers were made to fit a single row. No doubt one could mate a 314 sheller with some fabrication. If the corn stalks were brittle a wide row wouldn't work very well. But for only 4 acres I would give it a try if unable to locate a narrow two row machine. If going to beans next year likely would need a herbicide to kill the volunteer corn or plan on walking them with a weed hook/hoe.
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