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Emptying A Grain Bin

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Published on May 01, 2019
After hauling corn for a few days, the Sukup 20,000 bushel grain bin is empty! We decided we'll clean both bins out in one go, so I kept right on hauling out of the Sioux bin.

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How Farms Work by Ryan Kuster is a YouTube channel based in rural Potosi, Wisconsin.

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