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Remote monitoring of farm inputs is becoming commonplace. The grain drying industry is no exception, as we found out at National Farm Machinery Show. Four companies are offering technology that allows for remote monitoring of grain as it dries in real time.
Farm Industry News spotted a new trend at this year’s National Farm Machinery Show among companies in the grain drying and storage industry. Many of them have developed solutions for monitoring grain while it drives from anywhere around the farm. Some systems even allow for controlling what’s happening during the drying process from the comfort of your home on a mobile device or computer, eliminating late night trips to the dryer and inefficiencies.
Here we offer a few examples of what was seen throughout the show. If you’re looking to make the drying process easier this fall, these are some technologies to consider for your operation.