When considering temporary grain storage, NDSU Extension Crops Marketing Economist Frayne Olson cautions farmers to watch for changing conditions. “Make sure that’s the first crop you try to physically market and move out. Right now, we have a built-in deep freeze, allowing for flexibility in storage moisture. However, that only lasts for so long.” During harvest delays, Olson encourages farmers to use that time to finalize storage plans. “That includes commercial storage, selling off the combine or storing it on the farm.”
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