John Deere RowMax Chopping Corn Head Stalk Rolls

John Deere RowMax

We’ve been getting a lot of customers asking about the new RowMax Chopping corn head rolls since John Deere released them (especially from the no-till and strip-till customers).  We were able to set-up a few demos and side by side comparisons this fall. Deere’s testing shows that 50% of the stalk residue is sized less than 6” with the 10 intermeshing knives on the rolls.  Deere also says that the chopping rolls have 48% less row-unit power consumption vs the Stalkmaster chopping corn head. We saw that they did a very good job leaving the residue along the row for no-till or strip-till the following year. The rolls also did a better job butterflying the top of the stalk to improve breakdown and reduce tire stubble damage.

 

John Deere RowMax Stalk Rolls

John Deere RowMax Stalk Rolls

John Deere RowMax Stalk Rolls

John Deere RowMax Stalk Rolls

Comparison – Left Side Row Max Rolls and Right Side Stalkmaster Rolls

Sloan Support is written by the product support team at Sloan Implement, a 20 location John Deere dealer in Illinois and Wisconsin.  Learn more at www.sloans.com

Corn Head Storage Stands BXE10423

by Jared Wheeler, Assumption, IL

Do you place your cornhead on wooden blocks to prevent damaging the curtains on your Stalkmaster cornhead?

Deere has a nice attachment that makes hooking and unhooking heads much more convenient.

• Fits all 2012 & newer corn heads (chopping & non‐chopping)

• Raises corn head off the ground to allow for stalk stompers under head
• No Tools necessary to convert from field position to storage position

• No more Wooden Blocks needed to prop up corn head

• Works with head carts

• Deere part BXE10423 $233.20 per set

Storage Position

Storage Position

Field Position

Field Position

Sloan Support is written by the product support team at Sloan Implement, a 20 location John Deere dealer in Illinois and Wisconsin.  Learn more at www.sloans.com