CCX770 Cob Harvester New from Vermeer

Tow-behind unit captures more revenue for changing markets.

Published on: Jul 31, 2009

With increasing uses for corn cobs and cellulose from corn, Vermeer has introduced the CCX770 cob harvester to tow behind corn combines to catch the residue on-site.

 

With an unloader designed much like cotton strippers in the south, the CCX770 is a wagon-style cob collection system, with its own powerplant, built at Vermeer's Pella, Iowa, facility.

Self-powered, tow-behind CCX770 cob collector gives Vermeer a new product in the Corn Belt.
Self-powered, tow-behind CCX770 cob collector gives Vermeer a new product in the Corn Belt.

 

The CCX770 automatically separates husks and leaves for deposit on the field for cover and holds up to four tons of material which it can unload in 90 seconds.

 

For more information on the CCX770, visit www.vermeerag.com.