Any way to save flooded feed barley store?

dazza b

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Location
Lancaster
Yeah I think I'm just going to save what's dry and not feed the rest as the sewage from the village above will have come our way and I don't want to risk feeding and it causing problems.
Oh hell sounds like u got hit hard I'm lucky to live on top of hill. You got a lot of damage?
 
We had this in 2007. Scooped top off with teleporter, that was fine. Put the wet stuff through mobile dryer. It had sprouted by the time water had gone. Took a bit of drying, but it came out OK.
 

dazza b

Member
Location
Lancaster
Could do with a grain trailer If you cann think who may have one? My usual suspects are all using theres
Try one of the local contractors there are a few near u, Kitch would be worth a try Matt Waller as well tks might have a trailer kicking about as well
 

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The incessant and extreme wet conditions are now presenting huge challenges for every farm’s spring agronomy and cropping decisions.

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