Machinery Chatter
Jim Patrico Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Tue Feb 3, 2015 03:12 PM CST

You might think that grain in your bins is quietly hibernating. But organic materials such as corn, wheat and soybeans are subject to change, even as a cold February settles in. And change is not always a good thing. Grain quality can suffer, which could lead to costly discounts. So think about how best to protect the quality of the grain you worked so hard to grow and to tuck into bed.

1. Check for hot spots and moisture in bins, at least twice a month. If you have an electronic sensor system, you can do this online in the ...

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