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Natural Air Grain Drying

These fact sheets have been compiled to provide producers with strategies for managing grain in large bins and as a quick reference guide for grain storage.

Comprehensive Natural Air Grain Drying

Natural air grain drying is a common practice on Saskatchewan grain farms. This fact sheet provides information on safe storage conditions for grain, determining air flow rates and management strategies for operating natural air grain drying systems including the use of supplemental heat.

Download Natural Air Grain Drying fact sheet

Large Grain Bin Storage

Large grain bins have their own set of challenges when using aeration and natural air grain drying in them. This fact sheet outlines challenges related to achieving desired air flows and management strategies for larger grain bins.

Download Large Grain Bin fact sheet

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