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With winter wheat harvest set to begin in the next couple of weeks in Hardin County, producers need to keep a few things in mind when storing the harvested crop.
Unless producers take their wheat crop directly to market, the work is not finished when harvest is complete. Stored wheat needs proper care to maintain quality.
Sanitation, aeration and monitoring are crucial points to remember when storing your grain during the summer months.
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