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Re: portable bag closers

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Brad Buchanan

02-18-2013 15:35:54

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Thank you for all the replies! We are burning corn now, for heat and are very happy with it.

There are a few commecial tater farmers. Great idea to get in touch with them.

We were looking at e bay and saw the Fischbein implements. Not only do they seem to be reliable, but they are made in the grand ole US of A!

We were drawing out of the gravity wagon with a six gallon galvanized pail, which worked well, but was very messy. And da wife can't haul those buckets any longer. What a light weight! :D

Thank you again,

Brad's wife :)

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02-18-2013 16:11:28

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 Re: portable bag closers in reply to Brad Buchanan, 02-18-2013 15:35:54  
how far are you trying to move the corn, if it's not that terrible far, people have built air lock systems with shop vacs to transfer the corn with air, which eliminates the handling. I looked at flex augers too when I had mine as you can find those probably free from someone remodeling a hog or poultry barn. If your really serious about staying with corn and making things easy I'd put up a poly bin outside your building and for say if your furnace is in the basement, let it gravity flow into your hopper. Then just have the corn augered in by the feed truck or you could use and auger with your gravity wagon.

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