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Lined Elevator Discharge Outlet
Solving money wasting abrasion
Maxi-Lift Inc.
Worn out elevator heads, chutes, pipes and bins are a costly and constant problem for facilities that handle almost of any kind of bulk commodity. These components are continuously assaulted by a variety of particles from sand, glass and cement to soybeans, feed minerals and pellets. Over time, these expensive components erode away and leave leaky holes that create extra housekeeping, and potentially dangerous operating conditions.

To protect equipment and extend life, Maxi-Lift offers two excellent solutions:
Ceramic Tile
Urethane Sheeting
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How technology is changing farming, food delivery
Chicago Tribune
Drones, data and robots are increasingly contributing to what shows up on your plate. So says Natasha Chatlein, senior science and technology adviser for the Netherlands Office for Science and Technology. Farmers might want to buy their own drones, as they’re a cost-effective way to survey crops, Chatlein said this week during a session on disruptive technology and farming at the United Fresh produce industry trade show at McCormick Place, Chicago.
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Illinois company creates life-saving tool for grain bin entrapment
When two young men suffocated inside of a grain bin in Carroll County, Illinois in July of 2010, a local company used the tragedy as motivation to create a life-saving tool. The Great Wall of Rescue was constructed in Lanark, Illinois by Eastland Fabrication, LLC., a tool that can be used to rescue people who’ve become entrapped in grain bins. While it’s not the first concept of a rescue tube, the inventors say it’s the simplicity and affordability of it that makes it easier to use than other products on the market.
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Grain movement: Rain halts Midwest planting, crop sales slow
Farm Futures
Farmer selling of corn and soybeans remained light recently as corn planting got under way in number of Midwest areas before weekend showers and cooler weather forced a halt to that activity. Rain amounts of ½ to 1-1/2 inches were reported from Iowa to southern Indiana through early Monday. The planting delays were not considered serious for corn as forecasts indicate a break in the wet pattern next week.
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