After this year’s damp and frustrating harvest, many farmers are looking to boost their grain drying capacity to avoid being caught out again.
But what’s the answer? Maybe a pukka continuous-flow system that’s a big investment but will give you high throughputs? Or a cheaper mobile drier that can be wheeled into action in wet harvests?
Or maybe you just want to make small improvements at minimal cost like improving your moisture and temperature monitoring, or adding a stirrer?
Or, alternatively, maybe you’re wanting to find ways to cut your grain drying energy costs?
More than 50 companies involved in grain drying, handling, storage, ventilation and pest control will be there, as well as firms who can advise you on reducing energy costs and group or co-operative storage.
To see more on grain drying from FWi, click on the following:
* Getting your grain strategy right for 2009
* Grain drying costs double in last two years
* Could a mobile drier be the answer?
* Highlights from the 2007 UKgrain event