Grain Bin Safety

GRAIN BIN SAFETY This Blog post is a re-post of a past post that is always good to learn.      This week is grain bin safety week (Feb 17th – 23rd), with many farms hauling grain to market right now, with me knowing what I do about grain bin safety & being a firefighter trained … Continue reading Grain Bin Safety

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Drying Soybeans in a Portable Dryer

DRYING SOYBEANS IN A PORTABLE DRYER Portables are rarely used for soybeans and there is not a lot of detailed info around. Due to the high oil content soybeans cannot be dried all heat. They must be dried using the dry & cool mode. In a single fan portable (100 or 1100 Series) that means … Continue reading Drying Soybeans in a Portable Dryer

Storing Grain from Spring into Summer

Keep Stored Grain Cool During Spring and Summer Keeping stored grain cool is important as outdoor temperatures fluctuate and eventually start to warm this spring, a North Dakota State University Extension Service grain storage expert advises. “Not only will daytime temperatures be increasing, but the bin works as a solar collector,” Extension agricultural engineer Ken … Continue reading Storing Grain from Spring into Summer

Grain Bin Safety

Grain Bin Safety      With less than a month before grain bin safety week (Feb 19th – 25th), with many farms hauling grain to market right now, with me knowing what I do about grain bin safety & being a firefighter trained in Farm-Rescue, I figured it would be a good time to share a … Continue reading Grain Bin Safety

Info Needed to Order Replacement Flighting

Information Needed To Order Replacement Flighting                      Outside Diameter: The measurement of the outer edges of the auger’s flighting peaks. We recommend using ½” to 1” smaller outside diameter flighting than the inner diameter of the tube it will be installed in. Example: If your outer tube is 10” I.D., we recommend flighting with an … Continue reading Info Needed to Order Replacement Flighting