The Precision Technology Institute farm added more research opportunities with the installation of a grain storage system being used for the first time this fall.
It’s important to check grain dryers prior to the harvest season for any wear or tear that could affect safe and proper operation this fall.
GrainVue continuously monitors the condition of crops stored in grain bins and controls the aeration system. “Farmers have to make the decision every day to run the fans or not when they have a crop in a bin,” said Greg Trame, director of technology sales for GSI.
As outdoor temperatures warm up, protecting the quality of stored grain is especially important. Greg Trame, director of technology sales for GSI, offers five tips for farmers to properly manage their grain bins this summer.
Farmers work hard all season to get the most yield on every acre. Jay McGahey, GSI regional sales director, said a well-planned grain system is essential to protect stored grain quality, promote efficiency and help avoid any safety issues.
Animal welfare is the focus for new products and new technologies for AGCO’s grain and protein business unit.
As the grain harvest wraps up this season, GSI grain conditioning expert Gary Woodruff reminds farmers about important bin storage practices to protect grain quality.
When Don Birky began making plans for a new grain system, he started with a checklist of what he wanted.
For growers who need to protect what they’ve worked hard to produce, the new EVO 50 grain bin from GSI is engineered to keep the elements outside so they can earn more from what’s inside.
Many farmers wait until late summer to conduct annual maintenance of their grain systems. However, GSI district manager Gary Woodruff recommends moving up that timetable this season, due to longer than usual lead times to obtain critical parts, especially for dryers and grain handling systems.
GSI, a manufacturer of grain storage, monitoring, conditioning and material handling, unveiled an updated brand identity and website. The changes reflect the brand’s commitment to helping make customers’ jobs easier and the work they do more profitable.
With record demand this season for new or expanded grain storage systems, dealers are already busy taking customer orders for projects in 2022.
Having an efficient, properly sized grain system is key to protecting grain quality and maximizing profitability.
A new solar energy system is expected to provide both economic and environmental benefits at AGCO’s facility in Assumption, generating approximately 20% of its power requirements.