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Dryer tips for a more financially beneficial harvest


by Brandon Schade, Dryer specialist from Chief-Agri

rain drying is an essential part of the grain management process that needs to be considered pre and post-harvest. Due to the steady drop in corn prices over the last few years, many farmers and handlers have held onto their grain in hopes to find a better profit in the future. Maintaining the moisture and the temperature of your grain as it is stored can heavily impact the length of time it can be stored; as well as its overall condition.

Continuous mixed flow grain dryers for optimal drying performance For maintaining the optimum quality of your stored grain, Chief Agri offers innovative and dependable grain dryers for farm and commercial use. To make sure you have the drying system that is right for your operation, Chief will carefully assess your operation and find the energy efficient solution that’s right for you. Chief currently manufactures two main types of grain dryers, these are Chief

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