May Wes Introduces Planter Stalk Stompers

May wes introduces planter stalk stompers for John Deere 17700NT planters. G4 Planter Stalk Stompers Protect Planter Wheels from Corn Stubble Damage; Ideal for No-Till, Strip-Till Operations.

Hutchinson, MN (Merxwire) – May Wes is the inventor of the Original Stalk Stomper and recently introduced the latest innovations. The G4 Planter Stalk Stompers technology is suitable for John Deere 17700NT planters for agricultural production in no-till and stripping farming.

May Wes pioneered the G4 Planter Stalk Stompers, which smoothes the tough residual corn stover before the seeder wheel, protects the wheel from debris and reduces costly downtime.

“We introduced the G4 Planter Stalk Stompers after receiving multiple requests from no-till and strip-till farmers who were chewing up their planter wheels on tough cornstalks,” said Eric Bates, May Wes sales manager. “To our knowledge, May Wes is the only manufacturer offering Stalk Stompers for planters.”

G4 Planter Stalk Stompers feature the same durable 12″ wide compression molded UHMW poly G4 Stalk Stomper shoes used on May Wes’s popular G4 Stalk Stompers for corn heads. The G4 Planter Stalk Stompers are sold in four row kits that include two 72″ 2″X2″ toolbars, four G4 Stalk Stomper shoes and adjustable mounting brackets. Additional G4 Stalk Stomper shoes, toolbars and mounting brackets can be purchased separately.

May Wes G4 Planter Stalk Stompers are easy to install; simply bolt them to the planter frame using a 2″x2″ tool bar and adjustable mounting brackets and set them to the desired height.

Planter Stalk Stompers for Case IH Model 1250 Early Riser planters are coming soon. For updates visit www.maywes.com or call 1-800-788-6483 or +1 320-587-2322.

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May Wes G4 Planter Stalk Stompers can be ordered online at https://www.maywes.com, by phone at 1-800-788-6483, or through local May Wes dealers.

About May Wes

May Wes has led the after-market poly agricultural equipment market since 1972, proudly assuring that all of its products are FIELD-TESTED and FARMER-APPROVED. Known as “the Original Poly People,” May Wes specializes in innovative products manufactured from Ultra High Molecular Weight polyethylene (UHMW poly) material, and offers a wide range of aftermarket poly parts to help farmers extend the life of their equipment. Located in the heart of farmland in Hutchinson, Minnesota, May Wes is a division of Pride Solutions, LLC.

SOURCE May Wes Manufacturing

More information please visit: https://www.maywes.com/products/4-row-john-deere-17700nt-g4-planter-stalk-stomper-kit/

Media Contact Information:

Company Name: May Wes Manufacturing
Email: sales@maywes.com
Phone Number: +1-320-587-2322
Country: United States of America
Website: http://www.maywes.com/

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