Case IH Expands 4400 Series Corn Headers Lineup With Narrow Row Configurations
- Pick cleaner to reduce the material other than grain (MOG) coming into the corn head and combine, increasing harvest productivity.
- Increase picking speeds by boosting corn head capacity to match today’s high-yielding genetics and high-speed harvest practices.
- Save more grain with a redesigned corn head — from the dividers to the opening of the feeder house — to gently transition grain from the head to the combine.
- Pick up down corn with row units that sweep the stalk into the stalk roll, ensuring an efficient harvest even in the most adverse conditions.
- Improve combine flotation with reduced overall header weight.
- New flip-up tall-corn attachments are integrated into the other dividers to help prevent loss of corn ears over the ends of headers when harvesting in tall stands of corn.
- Updated stalk roll spiral patterns are optimized for today’s high-yielding crop genetics, handling a wider range of stalk diameters and stalk health.
- Divider profile and hood design aid in smoother crop flow. Then, CornLouvers™ efficiently channel corn ears and loose kernels into the header.
- Row guide sensors help the row unit stay centered on the rows, reduce overall ear bounce and grain loss, and provide more efficient picking for long days at harvest.
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