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Improving Corn Drying Efficiency - Farm Energy

Shawn Shouse , Charles R. Hurburgh, Jr. , Mark Hanna , Dana Petersen

Get info to help effectively control corn drying energy costs – that in some years can rival costs used to plant and harvest the crop. Content gives basic concepts of heated air and natural air drying -- as well as factors affecting in-field drying.

Pages / Length: 2
Publication Date: 09/2011
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