Stored Grain Handling And Management Webinar – Addressing Pressing Issues This Spring/Summer

Time: Wednesday, April 22 at 10 a.m. ET.


This webinar brings a group of six experts in grain post-harvest from industry, the North Central and South regions of US land-grant universities to directly address questions and discuss solutions that may arise related to grain handling and storage on-farm or at the elevator. The panel style format will be moderated by three experts and topics will focus on:

  • grain conditioning (drying grain stored wet through the winter, condensation management, etc.)
  • stored grain management (temperature management, monitoring methods and tools, etc.)
  • handling (issues with jammed discharge wells, preventing blockage during unloading, etc.)
  • safety (safe practices during unloading, how to assess situations and mitigate dangers, etc.)


Ken Hellevang, Interim Chair, Professor & Extension Engineer, North Dakota State University
Carol Jones, Professor & Buchanan Endowed Chair, Oklahoma State University
Dirk Maier, Professor & Extension Engineer, Iowa State University
Chuck Schwab, Professor & Post-Harvest Safety Specialist, Iowa State University
Sammy Sadaka, Associate Professor & Extension Engineer, University of Arkansas
Bob Marlow, Consultant, Grain Quality & Facility Operations


Klein Ileleji, Professor & Extension Engineer, Purdue University
Sam McNeill, Extension Professor, University of Kentucky
Janie Moore, Assistant Professor, Post-Harvest Engineering Education, Texas A&M University

To register for the webinar, go to this link:

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