OMAHA (DTN) -- To store or not to store? That's the question farmers need to put more thought and management into, according to South Dakota farmer and broker Tregg Cronin.
The grain bin building boom has made the answer seem almost predetermined: Of course farmers are going to use the shiny circles of steel they've invested so heavily in.
Cronin thinks the "set it and forget it" approach -- putting corn in the bin and not thinking about it again until spring -- can be incredibly costly.
"We have to get away from that," he said.
Farmers first need to ...