In as little as 10 years, grain storage in the east of Australia is expected to grow by as much as 50 percent on farm. While this is good news, it does pose some logistical issues for the farm owners. Unless they prepare a solution for it, they may end up handling more grains than they could every really deal with.
What’s most important in handling agricultural yields, such as grains, is to ensure that they are kept dry and stored well away from the scorching heat of the sun. Put them on the ground and soil moisture can make its way to the grains inside the sack, thereby compromising its quality. Leave it under the heat of the sun and it’s bound to deteriorate faster, too. Read more on this article: