Flatten the peak for better airflow

Canola and all other grains will naturally form a peak when augered into a storage bin. Because air takes the path of least resistance, it often exits the grain mass before reaching the peak. Flattening the peak will help with uniform conditioning and drying.

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Canola Eat Well

What does the fat chart tell us?

Canola oil is low in saturated fat, high in monounsaturated fat and contains omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid. What does all that really mean for the health of canola oil consumers? And how does that compare to competing oils and fats?

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Business Management

A New Kind of Pest: Hackers and Cyberattacks

Farmers and agribusinesses are not immune to cyberattacks. This article describes various cyberattacks and provides tips to reduce the risk. Farms will want to look for training opportunities.

Loss of access to critical data and systems are among the primary risks facing farmers.

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