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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 FARMERS INDEPENDENT, Bagley, Minnesota -- Page 26 ,Tips By Jim Stordahl Clearwater County Extension Producers in the region could be dealing with late maturing~ I-o ~,=h moisture corn this fall which means they will have some decisions to make. Ken Hellevang, NDSU's Fxtension Service Agricultural Engineer offers the tbllo~ing advice on how to deal ~tla late nmturing COITI. Corn reaching maturib~ about Oct. 1 normally will dry slowly in the field due to cooler ambient temperatures. Standing corn may dry about 1.5 to 3 percentage points per week daring October and 1 to 1.5 per ~eek or less during Novembel Corn has a moisture content of about 3,) percent when it reaches maturits. 11" it has a rnoismre content of 32 percent on Oct. l, it ma? dry to only about 22 percent moisture b5 Nov. 1, assuming normal vxeather conditions. Field d~.ing normalb is more economical until mid October, and mechanical high temperature drying is normally more economical after that. Fo leave corn m the field for drying, you need to be sure the corn stalks and shanks are strong because field losses can range fiom minor to severe Therefore, you need to compare the cost of dr2ying versus losses associated Harvesting, drying, with leaving the corn in the field. To estimate the propane cost per bushel per point of moisture removed, multiply the propane cost per gallon by .02. For example, the cost to remove 10 points of moisture using $2 propane is 40 cents. Dividing the propane cost by the corn price provides the percentage of corn losses that will equal the &ying cost (40 cents divided by $3 equals 13 percent). Also, verify the impact on insurance of leaving the corn in the field. Storage in a poly bag is a good storage option, but it does not prevent mold growth or insect infestations. Grain should be dry when placed in a grain bag. Storing higher moisture com in a bag should be considered very short term storage and only done at near freezing temperatures. At moisture contents exceeding about 25 percent, ensiling may occur at temperatures above freezing and prevent the corn from being dried and sold in the general market. When storing in bags, select an elevated, well drained location with the surface prepared to prevent the bags from being punctured, and run the bags north and south so solar heating is similar on both sides of the bags. Wildlife can puncture the bags, creating an entrance for moisture and releasing the grain smell, which attracts more wildlife. Monitor the grain temperature at several locations in the bags and repair the punctured bag. Corn above 21 percent SHOWING 10/31-11/6 Prizes: 1st: $100,2nd: $50,3rd: $25 Prizes given out throughout the evening! moisture should not be dried using natural air and low CLEARWATER LUTHERAN CHURCH COME IN AND CHECK OUT OUR NEW DIGITAL PROJECTION!! COSTUME CONTEST Prizes for !":$100, 2ha: $50 & 3'a: $25 'V; '.r Shevlin, MN 5 E __ i:ii!}' Saturday, November 8 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Back by Popular Demand Menu: Pancakes and sausage, chili a,ad grilled cheese sandwiches. bars. beverages 1st Prize: R~min 770 BoltA~u Door Prize Draw the evening Free Wifl Offering Everyone Welcome! lin THE GRIII is .~.~>~,, /;, OPEN LATE ,f- ~,, AW~5~J "WALKqNS WELCOM" MINNESOTA STATE LOTTERY pULL FOOD Happy Hour: ON-OFF TABS Mon.-Fri., 4:00-6:00SALE Free Wireless St!ea!k: i/nj e: Internet every Thursday ~ Mashed potatoes, meatballs in gravy, baked beans, corn, coleslaw, and rolls, desserts, pies and cakes, beverages, coffee, lemonade and water BREAKFAST Saturdays starting at 10 am EVERY WEEKEND Sundays at 11 am Mon.-Sat.: Open at 10 am Sun.: Open'at 11 am NOTARY SERVlCE AVAILABLE -- --'~ [:]~.I.t:]~r~'.t:t:- --/ KARAOKE ........ Every Saturday FRIDAY & SATURDAY: PRIME RIB & ALL YOU CAN EAT COD DIFFERENT DAILY SPECIALS! Now serving Breakfast Saturday and Sunday: 7 a.m.-ll a.m. ON & OFF SALE WI-FI CHARITABLE GAMBLING DALLY SPECIALS CABIN RENTALS TRY ONE OF OUR BURGERS GREAT NORTHERN Bar & Grill OPEN: MONDAY - SATURDAY, 7:30 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. SUNDAY, 8:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. COME ENJOY OUR DALLY LUNCH SPECIALS - TUESDAY: Yaco Salad WEDNESDAY. BBQ Ribs THURSDAY: Stuffed Cabbage Rolls FRIDAY: Hamburger Gravy; FRIDAY EVENING: Walleye Dinner SATURDAY:. Steak & Shrimp BREAKFAST SERVED ALL DAY NOW SERVING FISH AND CHICKEN TACOS AND flEGGIES PIZZA WE ACCEPT DEBIT DISCOVER, VISA & MASTER CARD Bagley 694-21 77 temperature drying to minimize corn spoilage during drying. Because the drying capacity is extremely poor at temperatures below 35 to 40 degrees, little drying typically is possible using a natural air system after Nov. 1. Adding heat does not permit drying wetter corn and only slightly increases drying. The primary effect of adding heat is to reduce the final corn moisture content. When outdoor temperatures average near or below freezing, cool the corn to 20 to 25 degrees for winter storage and finish drying in April to early May. Limit the corn depth to about 22 feet to obtain an air flow rate of 1 to 1.25 cubic feet per minute per bushel, which is necessary to dry the corn before deterioration occurs. Turn fans off during extended periods of rain, snow or fog to minimize the amount of moisture the fans pull into the bin. Frid and storing late maturing moisture corn Using the maximum dryingquality. FATALITY! temperature that will not Removing debris that For more information on corn damage the corn will increase accumulates on in a dryer is drying, do an Internet search the dryer capacity and reduces more critical when outside air corn drying at www.ag.ndsu or energy consumption of a high temperatures are cold because contact Ken Hellevang, NDSU temperature dryer. Removing a condensation can develop on Ag Extension Engineer at pound of water requires about 20 the dryer, creating a wet surface kenneth.hellevang@ndsu.edu. percent less energy at a drying on which debris can collect. For more information, temperatureof200Fthanat150F. The debris may reduce airflow contact me at 800-450-2465 or Follow the dryer manufacturer's through the dryer, decreasing the stordahl@umn.edu. Source: Ken recommendations, but the dryer's capacity and creating a Hellevang, NDSU Ag Extension generally recommended plenum fire hazard. Engineer. temperatures when drying corn More mechanical damage are 210 to 230 F. Be awareoccurs when harvesting high that excessively high drying moisture corn, which affects temperatures may result inthe storage life of the corn. Dry a lower final test weight and low test weight corn and corn increased breakage susceptibility, with more damaged kernels In addition, as the drying time to a percentage point lower in increases, high moisture corn moisture content than normal. becomes more susceptible to Cooling the grain in storage to browning. A cross-flow dryer that about 20 to 25 degrees for winter moves corn from the inside to the storage in northern corn growing outside of the drying column, regions and near freezing varies the corn flow rate across the drying column or varies the corn's exposure to the drying air is more likely to maintain corn DMS Entertainment 8 p.m.-1 a.m. 02% SIDE TRACK TAP BAR & Located Downtown Leonard in warmer regions is more important for damaged corn than for mature, sound corn. Check immature and damaged grain more frequently and do not put more immature or damaged com in long tern storage. REMEMBER THAT WORKING WITH HIGH MOISTURE CORN CAN BE HAZARDOUS. Become informed of the hazards and recommended safety practices- -DO NOT BECOME A FRY BREAD TA(O Friday, November 7th 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Faith Hill Assembly of God Church 721 Schilling Rd. SE 694-2046 O29c DRACULA UNTOLD i FRI: 4:30& 7:30 SAT & SUN:l:30 H 4:30 & 7:30 =l MON-THURS 4:30 & 7:30 i IIALLOVVff November 1st 9 p.m.- 1 Dance to DJ Todd Kaiser Bagley (218) 694-6786 Free Coffee! With breakfast Mon.-Thurs. Open 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Dine In or Take Out! I 694,2220 I One block West of the stoplights in Bagley THE LAST 'HUNTERS' SUPPER Nee Gon Nee Lutheran Church Roy Lake, MN Saturday, Nov. 8 5-8 p.m. The harvest is plentiful, but worker's are few. As it says in the bible, the worker's are few. Due to our dwindling congregation and the fact that most of us are getting older, we have decided that this year will be our last hunter's supper at Nee Gon Nee Lutheran Church. We have enjoyed our past suppers and appreciate all those who have attended year after year. Thank you all for coming. Hope to see you there $8.00 - Adults $4.00 - Twelve & Under Hope to see you there! Happy Hunting! 5:30-7:30 p.m. ~ $11 MUSIC BY GLOWFRESH KARAOKE & DJ, 8:30 P.M. Costume Contest 1st prize: $200 2nd prize: $50 gift certificate 3rd prize: $25 gift certificate 7:30 p.m. Dart Tourney/501-Cricket Blind Draw Partner Combo Toumey 150% payback Triple Challenge ($350 in pot already) Happy Harvest! Thank you all for coming. AMERICAN LEGION IRVIN BLIX POST #16 Bagley, MN 56621 ~ Phone: (218) 694-6125 ~/29~: .1 SATURDAY MORNING Price Bloody Mary's, 9 11 a.m. FREE Juke Box Sunday Evenings! ENTERTAINMENT EVERY SATURDAY! Call for details LADLES NIGHT Every Thursday -- 8 - 10 p.m. 2 for I Drinks! WINTER KITCHEN HOURS Fri-Mon: 12-9 p.m. Tues-Thurs: 5 p.m.-9 p.m. BAR BINGO: MONDAY & FRIDAY 6 p.m. SHARP! Followed by Meat Raffles Benefiting the Mahnomen Boys & Girls Club Vikings 2 for 1 every touchdown 32 Bingo gaming machines Hours: Man. - Sat. Happy Hour: 9 a.m.- 1 a.m. Monday- Friday Sun: Noon - Midnight 4- 6 p.m. BURGERS ' RECEPTION" GAMING ON OFF SALE Lengby, MN (218) 668-2111 5 Miles South of Lengby on #4 Wed. 29th: Historical Society, 9:00-11:30 a.m. Fri. 31st: Chimchanga Supper, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Halloween Party, Glowfresh Karaoke & DJ 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Sat. lst: Dart Tournament, 7:30 p.m. Wedding reception and dance for Kayla Kortan and Daniel Rolf Mon. 3rd" Auxiliary Meeting, 7:00 p.m. ~' HAPPYHOUR. Monday. Fnday 4:30- 6:00 p.m. iu Book your special events with the Legion. 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