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grain handling partsGrain Handling Parts

We know that a grain bin isn't just the big metal cylinder, it's also all the parts that make the bin work efficiently. Quad County Ag, LLC is here to help make sure you have all the grain handling parts you need to make your operation run smoothly. The other parts of the.... READ MORE
Posted on: 11/27/2017

grain bin safetyGrain Bin Safety

Every year during harvest, we seem to hear about an injury or death occurring in or around a grain bin. It's hard to imagine that a kernel of corn or a soybean could do much damage, but when you are dealing with tons of grain, it's easy to see how something bad can happen.... READ MORE
Posted on: 10/21/2017

grain bin erection midwestCommon Causes Grain Bins Fail

Tis the season we really start to use our grain bins. Everyone is thinking about grain bin safety. Another thing want to talk about is grain bin failure. We do a lot of grain bin repairs, and are all to familiar with the reasons they fail. Belt conveyors, pellet mills - we think of these as pieces of equipment that need to be cared for. But while a grain bin is a structure, it is also a piece of equipment that needs to be taken care of... READ MORE
Posted on: 10/21/2017

grain bin erection midwestWhat to Know About Grain Bin Erection

Grain bins a vital part of every grain farm. For that reason, it can be intimidating to find someone to build you a new grain bin. You want a company that is experienced and uses the best materials available. That company is Quad County Ag. Quad County Ag specializes in grain bins and grain storage equipment of all kinds throughout the Midwest... READ MORE
Posted on: 07/18/2017

grain bin design blogLearn About the Grain Bin Design Process

Here at Quad County Ag, we handle all of the necessary steps to provide you with the highest quality grain bins for your farm. One of the most vital steps in this process is grain bin design. Every farm is different. Factors such as the type of grain that you grow, the weather that you experience in your area, and the space and budget that you have available... READ MORE
Posted on: 06/06/2017

grain bin settlementWhy is My Grain Bin Sinking?

The trend among newer grain bins is to use concrete for the floor instead of metal. As long as the area is properly prepared and the concrete is properly poured, this works well for various grain storage applications. However, there is always a chance that the concrete under your grain bin could develop issues such as settlement or crack formation... READ MORE
Posted on: 04/11/2017

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