May Wes expands product offerings

May Wes is the first to offer an after-market poly corn snout replacement for the Case IH 3400, 3200, 2600 Rigid, 2400 and 2200 Series corn heads and the New Holland 99C, 98C, 98D, 96C and 996 Series heads. The initial offering includes complete center row snout units for 30-inch row spacing. Presently the center poly snouts are available for delivery and retail for $762 per snout assembly. The end poly snouts are scheduled to be available soon. These new center row poly snouts are based on the popular GVL Poly Series II “Jack Knife” design that folds up, in and down.


Exclusive distributor of GVL’s Agri Poly product line

May Wes is the exclusive distributor of GVL’s Agri Poly product line. GVL offers two design series; the Jack Knife and the Rigid. The Jack Knife has double pivot points allowing the units to fold up, in and down for easy access for maintenance and optimizing storage. Both are designed with non-stick poly material that absorbs impact, resulting in less ear bounce and denting. GVL Poly Snouts have deeper shoulders for better crop retention and work well in down corn situations. Poly Corn Snout kits are available for John Deere, Case IH, AGCO models and more.



We’ve got your Headers Covered. Now Available from May Wes are HeadSight Height Control and Row Guidance Systems for corn and grain heads. It makes perfect sense to leverage our extensive corn & grain head knowledge and products by adding HeadSight products to the May Wes offerings. These add-on units provide the ability to accurately maintain header ground clearance and row guidance, which is proven to consistently reduce crop losses and equipment down-time.

Additional May Wes header products include:

  • Poly Skid Shoes
  • Poly Retractable Fingers
  • Auger Trough Liners
  • Poly Tines
  • Quick Disconnect 2 Stalk Stompers
  • Corn Shields
  • Ear Savers
  • Poly Snout Savers


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