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Temporary, Emergency Grain Storage Available in Indiana

Prepare ahead of time if storage space is going to be a challenge

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In anticipation of higher yields this harvest season, the Indiana Grain Buyers and Warehouse Licensing Agency wants to remind the state’s licensed grain facilities that they can apply for temporary or emergency storage by contacting the agency. Requests must be submitted in writing and approved by the agency’s director, reports Hoosier Ag Today.

“Anytime you’re looking at higher, potentially record, yields, storage space could be a challenge for some grain facilities, which is something we want to prepare for ahead of time,” Bruce Kettler, Indiana State Department of Agriculture director, told Hoosier Ag Today. “We want every licensee to know that temporary and emergency storage is available and to contact our grain buyers agency for assistance.”

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