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During the last decade there has been invented the technique of storing grain in silo bags (polymeric bags for ensilage and storage, grain bags, silage bags) and it became widely used. That technique provides grain-growers and grain trading companies with economic temporary storehouses for their crops. Every year grain-growers can face adverse weather conditions that cause delay in harvesting or can destroy the yields at all. In rainy years storage of grain with moisture content > 15 % can lead to spoilage if stored in usual granaries. That damage leads to losses in eatability for cattle. As bagging grain assumes creation of oxygen-free environment in silage bags, grain is stored in invariable and constant conditions in them. The risk of overheating the grain decreases (if it is not eliminated at all) because the heating catalyst, oxygen, is eliminated. 

 

High moisture content grain is used in various diets to feed cattle. Quality of the achieved forage allows cattlemen to highly appreciate that resource. That highly nutritious component allows to improve diets, thus, promoting achievement of better increases in weight. It is also a rather valuable resource for milk-producers as excellent results have been received for dairy cows too on consumption of forages and milk yields. 

 

 Usage of silage bags (grain bags) is an excellent and reliable decision for ensilage and storage of grain crops with high content of moisture (> 18 %). Ensiling moist grain has a number of advantages which make it very convenient and competitive in relation to other techniques. For that reason that technique has had considerable development. Harvesting is carried out, when the grain reaches the degree of moisture content in a range from 28 % to 35 %. The definitive choice will depend on the combines that are used and the used grain-handling equipment, the year season, the type of crop, and the final destination point for the grain. 

 

 Essence of the technique of storage consists in storage of grain in airtight environment that is reached by means of pressing grain into a silage bag (bagging it) and dense closing its ends. Respiration of the components that got into the silage bag together with the bagged grain - various fungi, insects, etc. - absorbs oxygen and generates carbonic gas. That new atmosphere rich in carbonic gas and poor in oxygen, stops or considerably reduces ability of insects and fungi to reproduce and develop, as well as own activity of the bagged grain is stopped/reduced, what allows to store it, depending on moisture, for up to 18 months, thus important fibers and nutrients remain in the grain. 

 

Carbonic gas is a natural preservative promoting conservation of grain. The technique of storing grain in silage bags is one of the least expensive techniques and it has a number of advantages: 

 

• The pay-off period for the storage technique is one season. All the investments are buying inexpensive equipment and preparing a bagging platform; 

 

The platform for silage bags storage should be flat and solid so that the bags could be shape constant (that reduces the risk of their rupture or other damages at filling to minimum). That is necessary to avoid places with ruts or places with considerable quantity of sticking out straw. That is desirable to isolate from animals the place with silage bags. The storage technique stipulates care taken of the silage bags, for that it is necessary to check their integrity from time to time and after detection of ruptures that can occur, to seal them up immidiately. It is necessary to air the bags containing high moisture grain (> 15 %) periodically by means of special small cuts in the top part of a bag which then are stuck with an adhesive tape. Alternative to ventilation is drying by mobile grain-dryers with simultaneous baggng grain with admissible humidity of up to 14 % into new silage bags. 

 

• Cost-savings on building stationary granaries, hangars, grain elevator service; 

 

That is possible to store 5 000 tons of grain on one hectare. There will always be a place for you to put all the crop, whatever big it was. 

 

• Buying silage bags exactly for the crop to be gathered - decrease in superfluous storage expenses; 

 

• Selling grain at the peak of prices; 

 

The lowest price for grains is normally during the harvest time, the just-in-time sale of recently gathered. Further on the price can only raise. If you store the grain in silage bags, you can put the grain on hold, so to speak, until the next harvesting season if needed. That gives very attractive and convenient possibility to have the grain sold “at the peak of prices”. 

 

• Allows to avoid the compelled harvesting stoppage which frequently occurs because of queues at the grain elevator, absence of the free area in granaries. 

 

• Storing simultaneously dry grain and high mosisture grain; 

 

• Possibility to subsequently dry high moisture grain and bag dry grain for long-term storage; 

 

• Absence of necessity to transport grain to a grain-elevator; 

 

• Setting free the trucks and other agricultural machinery, and reduction of transporation costs as a result; 

 

• Storage of the sorted grain by commodity parties by homogeneous quality indicators; 

 

Mixing grain is a vital issue during grain warehousing. The grain with different quality parameters should be stored in different piles, otherwise it will begin mixing up. But within the limits of a regular agricultural enterprise it is very problematic – there is normally not that much storage space and often enough it is impossible to find a place for all the quantity, without mixing it up. But such problems are eliminated if the storage is done in silage bags. On condition that the length of a silage bag makes 60 metres you can devide it into lots, and literally each lot of a silage bag can be filled with grain of different quality, and you can mark where and what grain is bagged. When unloading, you can take exactly the grain which is needed. 

 

• Elimination of grain-elevator storage expenses (15-35 % of grain cost); 

 

• Absence of depersonalisation and the underestimation of grain quality by grain-elevators. 

 

During storage at grain-elevators your grain always mixes up with the stranger one. As grain-elevators conclude storage contracts on conditions of grain depersonalization, at the output agricultural enterprises can obtain the grain of quality lower than what was handed over for storage. Certainly, if the grain is stored in silage bags in the close proximity, such a situation is completely impossible, as the principle operates: what was handed over is obtained. Often enough grain-elevators make additional profit when buying up grain of the lowest quality and gradually increasing its quality by means of mixing it with better grain of the clients. It is profitable for grain-elevators, and as for the agricultural enterprises that means missed benefit. After all it is possible to mix up different quality grain on your own, improving its quality to the demanded and possible values. For that purpose it is necessary to have the grain under control, precisely sorting it in silage bags.

 

 • Obtaining grain of higher quality at the output (price gain) for the account of after-harvest ripenings in silage bags; 

 

• Possibility to grant the bagged grain to banks as pledge for credit. 

 

• Storage of grain in silage bags allows to begin harvesting earlier; 

 

• Using the machinery and equipment more efficiently during a longer period of harvesting; 

 

• No depending on nature whims; 

 

• Reducing dustiness of the grain during harvesting and feeding. 

 

Our company delivers silage bags made from three-layer film: two white layers and one black. The white layer reflects sunlight and interferes with temperature rise in the bag. Besides, all the layers contain a special stabilizing additive that protects the film from destructive influence of ultra-violet rays. 

 

We offer silo bags which are 5 ft, 6 ft, 6,5 ft, 7 ft, 9 ft & 10 ft in diameter . Their regular length makes 200 ft. All the silage bags are delivered in heavy-built boxes and in a protective polyethylene film. Each box besides a bag contains one roll of adhesive tape and two polyethylene stripes to repair the silo bag in case of damage.

 

 

 

 Benefits: 

• Minimization of nutrient losses and maximization of nutritional value of the bagged products during fermentation and storage;

• Immediate airtight closure for the bagged products;

• Minimization of undesirable pathological reactions during fermentation and storage.

 

 Manufactured in Argentina with high quality and excellent execution   CE-marked (Conformité Européenne)   

 

 

 

 

                                                  

 

 

 

PARAMETERS

diameter, m

diameter, ft

layflat size, m

length, m

thickness, µm

capacity, t

1,52

5

2,40

60

155

55-60

1,83 

6

2,82

60

180

90-100

1,83 

6

2,82

60

210

90-100

1,98 

6,5

3,15

60

180

110-120

2,13

7

3,30

60

180

130-140

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