Managing Dry Grain in Storage
Protect your Grain Harvest and its Profits
Managing Dry Grain in Storage is a small publication that provides recommendations for the individual farmer. It first identifies grain storage problems, then provides ways to prevent and solve them.
With better management of grain, comes better control of insects, fungi, birds, and rodents. The end result is higher grain quality which may equate to a better grain grade, and more money from the grain buyers.
Grain storage safety is briefly discussed. Detailed illustrations, bulleted lists, weather maps, and data tables further clarify information.Authors (Extension Engineers)
- Bill Wilcke, University of Minnesota
- Ken Hellevang, North Dakota State University
- Joe Harner, Kansas State University
- Dirk Maier, Iowa State University
- Bill Casady, University of Missouri
24 pp, 8 1/2 x 11, illus., self-cover, 2004Return to Grain Handling & Storage