Cereal growers have been reminded of the importance of self-reliance, following the recent closure of a Scottish grain merchant, which hundreds of farmers were said to be using for trading or storage.

As feed preservation specialists we can put forward a variety of options which cut out the middleman, and allow grain to be safely stored on farm without specialist facilities. 

Crimping into open fronted clamp to hold approx 800 tonnes.

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