While it won't be found on a police car, this need for vigilance in the proper handling, cleaning, drying and storage of grain is no less important to the quality end game.
Don't risk premiums by letting moisture, mold, pests or undesirable temperature compromise grain quality. Using appropriate drying, aerating and inspecting practices help protect and preserve the value of your grain.
Guarding grain quality is the mission of thousands of grain elevators and farms across America. The guardians of grain quality dedicate their lives to monitoring the commodity at every step in its lifecycle from harvest to feed trough, and it's not always an easy job. Providing feed manufacturers, exporters and end users with quality grain requires the use of best management practices, measurement tools, the right equipment and a healthy body of knowledge. Proper bin management strategies, such as aeration, moisture management and pest control are equally important as performing the right diagnostics and utilizing the best drying methods for each individual situation.
The reality is there's nothing anyone can do to make grain better after it's been harvested.-
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The largest of commercial grain bins can be brought down by ignoring the smallest of details, according to Rod Carpenter, senior partner at Clear Creek and Associates. Whether caused by incorrect component installation, improper construction, faulty engineering, rust or even Mother Nature, many commercial corrugated grain bin failures are preventable.
The U.S. grain industry has anticipated the completion of the Panama Canal expansion since the project was announced nearly a decade ago. It is a vital trade route for agricultural commodities shipped from the East Coast and the Mississippi River destined for Asia and western South American countries.