Setting a Standard for Quality Feed Storage
Harvestore structures remain the best storage system for feed quality. They are more convenient and have a better lifetime value than bags or bunkers.
The durable glass-fused-to-steel engineered construction not only ensures the quality of the structure year round, it improves feed consistency and reduces storage dry matter loss.
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First In...First Out
The reason of the success of the Harvestore system is based in part of the convenience it offers the livestock operator! With the Harvestore system, you load at the top and unload at the bottom. That way, with the flip of a switch, you are delivering feed from the bottom of the structure, providing "first in...first out" feeding!
Without the need to pay for trucking corn to the elevator along with corn drying and storage costs associated, a Harvestore system is made to pay for itself!
With a Harvestore structure, you can load forage at the top and push a button to unload it from the bottom. You can be feeding previously stored feed from a structre and at the same time be adding fresh forage at the top. It easily functions as the cornerstone of your storage and feeding system. Also, the structure is designed for push button, automated feeding. You stay indoors, not outside during unpleasent weather.
With forage, bottom unloading combined with top filling keeps the rations being fed more consistent from day to day. The chances for abrupt feed quality changes are greatly reduced because the first feed in is the first feed out.
The first step in controlling feed costs is knowing what they are? Ontario Harvestore Systems is able to give you an accurate yet impartial, comparative feed storage analysis using a program called StoragePro™. Taking existing data from your farm, we are able to calculate your real life feed storage costs. Furthermore, we are able to give you accurate comparison costs with a Harvestore Structure, as well as other feed storage methods.