you should be able to find one of those IH or jd hand crank shellers, an IH would probably be less money,it would shell 100 ears like nothing, there were also some small belt driven units if you had alot more to do
Re: taking dried corn off the cob in reply to dboll, 10-28-2012 07:25:11
i see those crank shellers a lot around here at antique shops, they seem to be collectables and the price usually reflects that. i guess i'll have to watch craigslist and flea markets for one. i keep thinking there's got to be a way to make something like it at home, the ones i've seen were just a rotating plate with "teeth" on it that rotated near a stationary toothed plate.
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