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Young Tractor

01-29-2013 06:51:06

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Hi guys,
You have always been so helpful. I have 2 wire corn cribs that I put up. I need to make the center air tubes (Ventalation tubes)for each of them. Should I make them 18 inches x 18 inches or 24x24 inches. Also has any one tried banding 3- 6in PVC pipes together and drilling a ton of holes in them for corn crib centers? With the cost of treated wood, I thought I could try that too. Thanks for your help.

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01-30-2013 12:26:13

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 Re: corn crib centers in reply to Young Tractor, 01-29-2013 06:51:06  
i have a set of tunnels I used for shell corn flat storage you could bolt back to back to muke tunnel

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01-29-2013 21:28:42

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 Re: corn crib centers in reply to Young Tractor, 01-29-2013 06:51:06  
Have you thought about using a cattle panel and having it bent into a circle (lengthways)? Maybe 5-8 foot sections, depending on the throat of a press in a machine shop? Could crimp it every few inches to form the circle. My local shop has a ten foot press.

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01-29-2013 11:25:03

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 Re: corn crib centers in reply to Young Tractor, 01-29-2013 06:51:06  
Keep an eye on Craigslist, you might find the wire ventilators on there for cheap if you have some time to wait. Last Fall I picked up a set of the U-shaped ventilators that run across the floor, for $50, and they came with a few sections of the vertical wire tubes too.

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