Prepare for that great crop - storage and cleaning
Are the combine(s) fast enough? Are there enough trucks ready to move the grain to a bin or bagging area? Maybe the ground is wet, so is a grain cart ready to move the grain off the field towards a truck, bin, or bagging area? Is the bagger ready with enough bags? Are the transfers, augers or conveyors able to quickly unload the grain and move it, which allows for the combine to keep moving without having to wait for unloading?
And once it's off, if you didn’t catch the fusarium with spraying, well it’s not too late. You can use (1) a gravity table to separate the lighter infected kernels – the current best option for farmers, (2) a colour sorter/separator to pull then visually infected kernels – maybe not as good as a gravity table, or (3) a BoMill which is best used by end-users such as food processing facilities.”
Flaman Grain Cleaning and handling has all you need to get the crop into the bank.