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Utilizing a controlled drying strategy with your grain bins this fall and winter can result in big savings, and in some cases, may even make you money. First, let’s review what controlled air drying is vs. uncontrolled drying.
Traditional grain storage management practices have long been to fill the grain bin, flip on the fans, run them for a few weeks to dry and flip them on and off intermittently throughout the winter. The problem with this uncontrolled drying strategy is that it’s essentially guesswork. When fans are running constantly over a certain window of time, you are at the mercy of Mother Nature’s conditions. There are times that the air being pushed through the grain may even be counterproductive to your grain drying goals, if you are not aware of what condition the grain inside the bin is.