Try setting up a dehumidifier near where you are storeing the corn and see if that helps dry it down. I mess around with some open pollinated Indian corn and pick what ears I want to save for seed early - probably runs around 18-20+% - and just hang (by the husks) or in buckets in my garage, in the basement of the house, with a dehumidifier running in the next room (finished basement-6 rooms and garage). In a couple weeks moisture is down in the 10-13% range when I shell it and put in sealed storage container. So far I have been able to keep some seed for two+ years and still good. Don't seem to have any problems with moisture buildup in the garage. Depending on how fast you use it you could do smaller amounts (not the whole 100 bu.) at a time. Also when it gets cold out the wood burner gets fired up in the basement. That really dries it out fast.
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