May Wes introduces Tractor Stalk Stompers

May Wes expands product offerings for no-till and strip application

May Wes lays claim to being the original manufacturer of “STALK STOMPER’S” with nearly 40 years of proven experience.  Our company continues to be attentive to client requests and committed to providing Tractor Stalk Stomper product solutions where demand exists.  May Wes is pleased to announce the release of our latest Tractor Stalk Stomper application for John Deere’s 8000/8R Series tractors.  This is in response to a growing demand for not till and strip till applications.

Our May Wes design team sought out input from owners of the John Deere 8000/8R tractors to prototype and develop this particular Tractor Stalk Stomper design.  Production of this latest addition to May Wes’s Tractor Stalk Stomper is underway and initial deliveries have reached farm sites throughout the mid-west.

Why May Wes Tractor Stalk Stomper?

May Wes’s Tractor Stalk Stomper solution works off existing tractor hydraulics, is robust and versatile compared to other products.   The Tractor Stalk Stomper is designed for quick assembly and installation because there is no drilling or welding required and is built around a standard 4” X 4” tube.   Each assembly is configurable and can be customized to fit a wide range of tractor applications.  Our shoes come in multiple widths, including 9”, 20”, 32”, and 38”.

Learn more about May Wes’s Tractor Stalk Stomper product by visiting the website at: http://www.maywes.com/stalk_stompers_tractors .

About May Wes

Since 1972, May-Wes Manufacturing has been working with poly-based products and assures all products have been FIELD-TESTED and FARMER-APPROVED before it’s sold.  The company has always been an innovator of the Ag equipment after-market components leveraging expertise with UHMW Polyethylene material.  May Wes is a division of Pride Solutions and is located in Hutchinson, MN, USA.

Check Also

The smell of rain and microbes

By James Hoorman, Hoorman Soil Health Services After a dry summer, the smell of rain …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *