A stalk cutter does NOT have bushhog type blades, they are all the flail type blade. A mower would be closer spaced flails for a fine cut while the stock chopper would be further apart for more of a corse chop and they would be designed for use on dead material that will bust up easier. Also the flail mower will likely be a 3 point mounted and if it has wheels they will be in back of the unit so they do not run down standing crop where the stock chopper will most likely be a drag type with the wheels on the outer ends where they would run between the rows and there is supposed to be nothing there to run down. Also for cultivated ground where the stock chopper would be used there were different length flails for on top of the cultivator ridges or longer for between the ridges. The early stock choppers the flails ran across the row instead of with the row like the newer ones do and that is the same as the flail mower or the direct cut flail forage harvestor and they were avaible with the different length flails for stock chopping in cultivated ground.
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