Hand Corn Sheller
- Yellow plastic wheel is 6.5" in diameter
- Housing is cast iron
- Wooden handle is 4.5" long
How to Use
- Once sheller is assembled and mounted to a collection box, simply insert a corn cob into the opening at the top of the sheller.
- Turn the crank handle either direction (ideally clockwise) with one hand, use the other hand to apply slight pressure to the cob to keep it in position.
- Turn the crank repeatedly, when the cob is completely shelled it will automatically dispense out of the sheller (and the collection box) separating it from the shelled corn.
- Insert the next cob and repeat process.
Does not work well with popcorn. Only shells half of the cob and spits it out.
- Make a box using 3/4" plywood.
- Final size: 18"x18"x18".
- Or, mount sheller to a 3/4" board secured in a vice.
Note: Box shown above in photos.
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Gladys B from Texas
James B from Tennessee
Corn sheller works well. I use sheets of cardboard to help contain flying kernals. Mount it securely.
Tom Z from Wisconsin
Great little machine. Set up was easy and does a great job shelling.
Glenn M from Pennsylvania
Works good except for cracking about 5% of the kernels when using it for seed on open pollinated corn you loose that as seed.
Barry S from Wisconsin
I'm using it to shell corn for deer and wildlife and it sure beats doing it by hand. I built a "box" with a wooden mounting bar, so the sheller sits down in the box and this has eliminated almost all corn "splatter" and waste. It was easy to assemble and works fine.