Telescoping grain bin looking to assist farmers working on rented, temporary fields

T-Bin was featured on West Central’s online publication following Ag in Motion:

Grain bins are often the biggest piece of the puzzle when it comes to figuring out a farm’s logistics, as they’re usually the only place to store vast quantities of granular goods such as seeds and fertilizer.

Though since they’re so costly, and not very easy to move, there can be vast tracks of land that have nowhere to put any finished crop.

One new solution featured at Ag In Motion earlier this summer was a new type of bin that would solve this exact problem.

The Telescoping Grain Bin, or T-Bin for short, would start out being 17 feet tall and 23 feet wide while being able to hold up to 10,000 bushels.

Co-founder Pat Beaujot says that the bin is for those farmers who need to work on distant lands for a suitable alternative to grain bags […]

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