Agridry explains how their technology has made them a leader in grain bin monitoring services
BOCA RATON FL, June 19, 2014–As the population continues to grow, farmers increasingly look for ways to protect and store their grains. As storage bins grow larger, they can store more grain, but the potential for disaster increases right along with the storage capacity. AgriDry believes that they have the solution. As 21st Century Television’s Vice President of Programming JL Haber elaborates, “everyone knows about the threat of hunger with the growing population. We loved AgriDry’s solution for storing large amounts of grain and wanted to get them on the show so their solutions could be heard by all our viewers.” Watch Agridry’s segment on 21st Century Television airing on Bloomberg Worldwide (as pd. prog) on June 22, 2014 at 6:30pm EST.
As AgriDry’s President Eli Troyer explains, as bins grow larger, it becomes increasingly difficult to control the temperature and related factors that affect the quality of the grain and prevent spoilage. AgriDry works to produce tools that ensure even spread of the grain to promote predictable airflow while also continually monitoring the humidity and temperature inside the unit. This makes it significantly easier for owners to carefully monitor the state of the grain to avoid potential spoilage.
As the world’s farmers continue to look for ways to improve and expand their grain storage capabilities, preventing spoilage is a chief concern. Those interested in hearing more about AgriDry’s technology and proposed solutions should tune in to the Bloomberg Worldwide (as pd. prog) on June 22, 2014 at 6:30pm EST. Also visit www.agridryllc.com.
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