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Grain handling, drying and storage tools

Managing the harvest is a complicated process. You not only want to get the product out of the field, but into storage as quickly and efficiently as possible. And when in storage you want to keep it in good shape. This gallery offers you a range of handy tools for making that a reality.

The Farm Progress Show New Products Team visited a wide range of exhibits to track down what you see in this gallery, and while we won't say it's comprehensive, it does give you a healthy sampling of the tech and tools involved in managing grain to make sure the quality of what you harvest is protected from field to bin and back out into the market.

And thanks to the Farm Progress Show New Products Team including Tom Bechman, Indiana Prairie Farmer, Mindy Ward, Missouri Ruralist, Lon Tonneson, Dakota Farmer, and Josh Flint, Prairie Farmer, for scouring the show site in search of all of these tools and technology.

Check out this latest list of new products and don't miss our other show galleries including:

Tire, track advancements on display

Fertilizer tools to boost yields

Tracking tillage for fall, and beyond

Seeding and planting tech on display

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