The Tango4 Aluminum Corn Head, displayed at farm shows this summer, weighs 25% less than conventional models constructed of steel. Built in Argentina, the new corn head is being sold in the United States by Tango4, a Pleasureville, KY, company.

The light, aluminum corn head means a combine can handle a header with more rows than usual. Tango4
reports that an aluminum 18-row head is lighter than a typical 12-row steel unit. The new aluminum corn head fits on all brands of combines. It is available in 2 to 22 row models, and row spacing of 18, 20, 22 and 30 in.

The 8-row model shown retails for $76,000. For more information, call Tango4 at 502/845-8011 or visit LawsonMarketingConsultants.com.