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Iowa Farm Science

Abstract

Spoilage, shrinkage and contamination in farm-stored grains are all costly to the owner. They result in weight losses, heavy market discounts when the grain is sold and loss in palatability as a livestock feed. When these losses occur, the discounts may be anywhere from a few cents to more than a dollar a bushel even for grain that looks "all right" without close inspection.

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