Source : Ken Hellevang
A killing frost is expected within a few days in North Dakota, which will end corn development.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, 84% of corn in North Dakota had reached… Continue reading
Grain can be stored in many types of containers, but all storage options should keep the grain dry and provide adequate aeration to control grain temperature, according to North Dakota State University grain drying expert Ken Hellevang.
\”Grain… Continue reading
Producers in the region could be dealing with late-maturing, high-moisture corn
That means they have some decisions to make, according to Ken Hellevang, North
Dakota State University Extension Service agricultural engineer and professor in
NDSU\’s Agricultural and Biosystems… Continue reading
As outdoor temperatures increase, stored grain requires attention to prevent
losses, says Ken Hellevang, North Dakota State University Extension Service
agricultural engineer and grain drying expert.
The stored grain temperature increases in the spring due to an increase in
outdoor… Continue reading