Early Harvest Causing Grain Storage Shortage

Grain elevators in the central United States are experiencing shortages after this year’s unusual weather patterns. Early harvests are causing demand for storage to occur in ways elevator managers do not normally plan for. Temporary storage capacities are being utilized but numbers of grain piles on the ground continue to increase. Each pile loses an average of  1-2% of the crop using this storage method. (Video)


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