Being proactive with your stored grain management strategy is a must for an unpredictable market. These 14 long-term grain storage tips will help you get the most out of your operation.
Are you looking to improve your dry-grain management for longer wheat storage times, and more market flexibility? Learn about proper aeration, good insect deterrence, and effective grain temperature monitoring.
New climate predictions may find you planning for a future with wetter harvests, and battling high humidity when storing grain.
From copper wire to farm machinery to stored grain theft, farm security is increasingly under siege. Keep thieves away with the silent watchdog 24/7.
Total grain engulfment takes a mere 20 seconds. Almost no one survives engulfment. Still, across the United States, grain entrapment is on the rise when other farm accidents are not. Why?
When you don’t have the budget for the most advanced farming technologies, you have to get creative. Setting your farm on the path to Smart Farming without breaking the bank starts with portable grain monitoring devices.
No matter how you personally feel about the technology invasion, it’s here to stay. It’s time to adapt, learn, and grow alongside it for your farm’s operation to thrive in the future. Learn how the Internet of Things (IoT) can help you farm smarter.
Grain management best practices mean you’re always looking for grain temperature trends to see if your grain is healthy or unhealthy. The beauty of GrainTrac remote grain monitoring is that you can get that crucial data at prescribed times or on-demand from anywhere you have Internet access.
Grain storage insect control in a nutshell: prepare the bin, prepare the grain, create an unfavorable environment for insects, and monitor your grain’s temperature.
When it comes to grain moisture content, many farmers feel the pinch of the Goldilocks effect. Too wet and too dry are both problematic.