99C CHOPPING CORN HEAD
For fine chopping and superb spreading of mulched material, the 99C chopping corn head features two chopping knives for each row unit—perfect for minimum or no-till operations.
High-quality, self-tensioning gathering chains smoothly feed the stalks between the deck plates and toward the stalk rolls. Pinching-style stalk rolls use four knives each to efficiently pull down stalks for sustained high capacity. Cornstalks are chopped into consistent small segments whether the combine is traveling at fast or slow ground speeds. Operators can adjust deck plates electronically from the cab to adapt to changing stalk and cob size. Optional rotary dividers further enhance the already smooth crop intake in lodged or downed corn.
CONSERVE POWER, REDUCE WEAR
Since each row unit has an independent gearbox, you can quickly disengage the chopper for those units to save power and reduce wear when stalk chopping is not required.
RESILIENT POLYETHYLENE DIVIDERS
Durable, low-profile polyethylene dividers promote smooth crop flow and reduce ear bounce at faster field speeds. The color-impregnated polyethylene construction reduces dent damage, eliminates rust and lowers overall header weight.
Auto-float sensors mounted on the outer head rows are available to maintain an even cutting height across the entire field. Your New Holland combine's Terrain Tracer™ system allows the head to float vertically and laterally as needed to follow ground contours.
FLIP-UP HEADS FOR TROUBLE FREE TRANSPORT
You can order the 99C head in either traditional rigid or a flip-up version for easier transport from field to field. You engage the folding mechanism automatically with the touch of a button from the comfort of the cab.