Effects of the Operating Parameters of the Rubber Roller Sheller
Since the introduction of field shelling of corn by combines, many farmers have changed from ear corn harvesting to the harvesting of high moisture shelled corn. When the field shelling system for corn was first developed and introduced, kernel damage was relatively low because the ears were harvested and shelled at low moisture contents. But the introduction of grain driers has made harvesting of high moisture shelled corn feasible.
This article is from Transactions of the ASAE 18, no. 3 (1975): 482–486.