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Haban Sheller

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07-19-1999 20:49:20

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I am looking at a PTO drive Haban corn sheller with transport wheels.Does anyone know anything about these machines. My dad had a sheller when I was a kid but switched to field shelling back when it was a lot cheaper so I have little real experience to go by.Any input would be appreciated.

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Mr Kamal

04-17-2003 19:10:40

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 Re: Haban Sheller in reply to Robert, 07-19-1999 20:49:20  
Dear Sir, I own an old version of your corn sheller bought in 1970 in Malaysia. It is PTO driven, meant for feed corn. Labelled Husker sheller patented in USA & foreign countries, Haban Manufacturing Co. I could not find the model no. I would like to know its working capacity per hour. what is your latter versions and its workrate. Any sheller for sweet corn?

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07-20-1999 10:34:10

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 Re: Haban Sheller in reply to Robert, 07-19-1999 20:49:20  
We used to have a 3-pt Haban sheller. The more HP on it, the faster it went, the better it shelled. It could keep three shovelers really busy. Would sometimes have problems with spitting out shelled corn with the husks, if you didn't keep the cage full. Takes a little tinkering to get it exactly right for the condition of the corn you're shelling, but it wil do A LOT of shelling in an hour.

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