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G87-862 Holding Wet Corn With Aeration (Revised July 1995), David D. Jones, Robert D. Grisso Jan 1987

G87-862 Holding Wet Corn With Aeration (Revised July 1995), David D. Jones, Robert D. Grisso

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This NebGuide discusses aeration recommendations and corn moisture level limitations for holding wet corn under Nebraska conditions.

Corn is a perishable commodity with a limited shelf life that depends on the moisture content and temperature of the corn. `Shelf life' is the length of time good quality, aerated shelled corn can be stored before losing one-half percent of dry matter. With this amount of dry matter decomposition, it is assumed that the corn loses some quality, but maintains its market grade.


G87-846 Electrical Systems For Agricultural Buildings (Checklist), Gerald R. Bodman, Laverne E. Stetson, Jack L. Schinstock Jan 1987

G87-846 Electrical Systems For Agricultural Buildings (Checklist), Gerald R. Bodman, Laverne E. Stetson, Jack L. Schinstock

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This NebGuide is a checklist to help in evaluating both existing and new electrical installations for agricultural buildings.

Good electrical system design and installation is required to assure a safe, efficient system. Good practices and appropriate equipment are essential.