There is a farm in Illinois where a farmer has 25,000 acres of corn which used to take him 85 trucks when he would go to the field to shell corn. Since buying a bagging system which included 2 grain baggers, he has reduced his trucks needed to just 10. Because Richiger grain bagging systems create an in-field grain terminal, you can eliminate the need for your combine to ever sit still.
When thinking about bagging grain, there are some easy questions you will need to ask yourself.
One being: what does it cost me if my combine sits still? Do I want to pay top dollar for hired help in peak harvest season? How much is it worth to me to keep my grain out of third party hands?
Other suppliers of goods take great care in the marketing, handling and pricing set for their end product. I mean, have you bought a new pair of brand name shoes lately?
On the other side of the spectrum, imagine if a small, locally owned manufacturer, for example, were to spend their days and nights making their product, worrying over conditions they cant control, if there would be people wanting their product next season. Their bodies were sore every night and their free time was scarce. But, when they were finished with their product they simply said to their customer, ғJust give me what you think I deserve for it, often times not getting the income to justify their hard work and labor spent to make the product. That would sound crazy, right? So why would some farmers not take as much care in keeping control of their grain until the market is right? With the Richiger grain bagging system you can do just that. You can store grain rent free until the market is right for you to sell; in turn, taking back your power on your hard earned product.
Grain bagging can be a ԓcall to arms if you will in regards to farmers taking back their control from elevators, and taking back the blood, sweat and tears that it has taken them to make their product.
Bagging grain can assist in this. Call us to find the right machine for you. Show Me Shortline 866-682-5514. www.bagyourgrain.com