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July 3, 2017 | Farm & Ranch Guide. Neeralta offers a grain bag extractor and bag roller in one. Each year more grain producers turn to storing grain in bags as a popular way for temporary storage, but a big problem remains once the grain is removed – what do you do with the grain […]
Neeralta Manufacturing at Neerlandia, north of Edmonton, Alta., has this year introduced a new grain bag extractor, that not only unloads nine- to 12-foot wide grain bags but also wraps and ties the plastic into a handy bale for easy disposal — all in one easy operation.
Tom Eppinga says one of the key features of the Neeralta Grain Bagger that appealed to him is the overall longer length of the machine, which helps make each of his 300-foot bags of stored grain, canola or peas much straighter.
Nobody likes seeing wads of spent grain bags piling up along the bush line or in dugouts, especially farmers.
The more producers use grain bags to store bumper crops or as an alternative to permanent grain storage structures, the more piles of bags they create, says Curtis Chapman of Canadian Tarpaulin Manufacturers in Saskatoon.
Storing grain in bags has certainly caught on in popularity in recent years, however temporary storage does create one possibly permanent problem — what do you do with the grain bag itself?
Innovations in agriculture are increasingly centred around improving efficiencies to both time and labour. The Neeralta grain extractor and bag roller is no exception. Extracting grain from 9′, 10′ and 12′ bags, it’s easy to operate, quick to transition and can drop grain bags directly onto the back of a truck or trailer. Have you entered the […]
John Wierenga says the Neeralta Extractor is an all-in-one machine that extracts grain from bags and also wraps the plastic into tight bales, avoiding the need for a separate bag roller. | Robin Booker photo
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