Craig Fisher has his 2014 grain harvest logistics in the bag – almost literally.
The Richardton, N.D., wheat and sunflower grower isn't worried about not having enough grain storage space. He's not worried that long lines at the grain elevator in town will tie up his trucks and force him to shut down his combines. He's not worried that the railroads might be so clogged with oil trains that elevators can't even take grain.
Fisher isn't worried because four years ago began storing grain on his farm in grain bags, not bins.
"I got a lot more acres all at once," Fisher explains, "and I didn't want to build more grain bins because I rent most of my land. What would happen if I lost the land?"...Back to News