I run earlage through my nh2100 with my gleaner head. Made my own adapter, it's not to hard. Get the head that you want, fab up an adapter. You seem very proficient in that department, should take you a few days. The hardest thing is that most heads are driven from both side so you have to make a through shaft that is driven from the left side that also drives a a roll or beater to help the ears into the rolls. If you chop the corn to dry it will shell a lot through the rolls which can be a problem. I like it in the mid to low 30% range. Makes great feed.