Grain storage management: A guide for keeping your grain in top condition
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Grain isn't necessarily "in the bin" after harvest. That is, broken kernels, moisture pockets, insects, storage molds and other problems can set in and take away your hard-earned capital. This publication addresses problems commonly encountered in stored grain as well as the management principles needed to keep dry grain quality high.
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