Grain temperature monitoring is critical. When grain goes out of condition, regardless of the cause, there is always an unusual change in temperature. Excessive moisture, high temperature, and poor grain condition (insects or damaged kernels) are generally considered the most important factors that lead to problems with stored grain. Monitoring the temperature of grain (watching for changing trends) on a regular basis gives the manager the best chance to make a correction when a temperature change is occurring, preserving good quality in grain. Knowing the temperature of the grain also makes it possible for the fans to be run only when they are needed, saving money in utilities.
TSGC, Inc. is one of the largest suppliers of grain temperature monitoring equipment in the world. Headquartered in America’s Heartland, the team at Tri-States Grain Conditioning makes service and high quality products our highest priorities, while providing free quotes and tech support. We have an extensive network of contractors representing our products and services nationwide and in over forty countries.