Our track record has proven over time that a Harvestore Feeding system will function at peak efficiency year after year provided routine maintenance is completed.
Like any fine piece of equipment, your Harvestore system needs periodic checking, adjusting, cleaning and lubricating in order to deliver the feed volume desired. Completing routine maintenance will ensure your Harvestore system runs at peak efficiency and minimizes the risk of any high cost repairs being required in the future.
Our factory-trained technicians will keep your Harvestore delivering the performance you demand. Simply call the numbers below
There is a sure-fire way to make certain your Harvestore feeding system is operating at peak efficiency. We offer a 15 point Quality Control Inspection for both grain and forage units.
Our factory-trained technicians will check over everything from testing base bolt for proper sealant through to a complete inspection of the breather bags.
The value of the feed you are storing is significant. It's important to ensure you protect your investment. Nothing protects feed quality better than a Harvestore oxygen controlled system.
The Purpose of the 15 Point Harvestore Inspection is to ensure that the Harvestore System is operating correctly, in order to provide the proper environment to maintain excellent quality feed. This inspection can be done at any time and with any level of grain or forage in the structure.
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Although you may not be able to perform all the rountine maintenance required that a Harvestore Technician can, you will be able to regularily follow a checklist to minimize any unforseen problems potentially avoiding larger problems or breakdowns.
Follow the checklist below to keep you aware of your systems and ahead of any problems.
Always check your haylage, corn silage, high moisture corn to feel if it is warm. Warm feed indicates there is an air leak in the silo, and it should be checked out.
If your unloader is delivering slow, here is a few questions to consider:
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