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Soybean Storage
December 2012



By Kenneth Hellevang, Ph.D.
Professor of Ag
and Biosystems Engineering
North Dakota State University
Phone: 701-231-7243
Email:kenneth.hellevang@ndsu.edu

 

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Summary:

This presentation will help consultants, growers, and other practitioners in the United States to dry, handle and store soybeans in a manner to maintain their value. Topics include optimum harvest moisture content, required moisture content to safely store soybeans, value of cooling stored beans, recommended handling methods, hazards of reconditioning soybeans, and recommended practices for both natural air and high temperature drying. It would be a travesty to lose the value of what you have toiled all year to produce because of poor harvesting, drying and storage practices.


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