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    Adjustable Grain Auger Hopper

    Inventor/farmer Gary Schreiner and his son Kyle came up with an auger hopper they call the Auger Hog. Unlike many hoppers the Auger Hog is adjustable and fits under almost any grain trailer or hopper bottom grain bin. They used 14 gauge steel for most of the unit and the heaviest weight canvas you can find around the sides for maximum durability. It measures 34 by 40 inches and fits most grain augers.

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

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    Agrimatics Libra Cart – Grain Cart Data Management

    Ian Meier of Bistrata Systems Inc., of Saskatoon, SK., explaining how their Agrimatics Libra system is set up to measure and store data about grain loaded into an harvest grain cart. The data is stored on a tablet and then uploaded to cloud servers. Rob Garland a farmer using the system near Moose Jaw , SK. comments on how he is using the system during a harvest sequence.

    Location- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

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    Custom Self Propelled Auger

    The inventive Derek Jenkins of Shoal Lake, MB., displaying his 41 foot long self propelled auger. The undercarriage of the unit is a hybrid consisting of components from a 1993 Chev four wheel drive truck and self propelled swather.

    Location- Shoal Lake, Manitoba, Canada

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    Air Cube Grain Drying System

    Jeremy Hartsook of HES Manufacturing of Eston, Saskatchewan, Canada explains his unique in-bin Air Cube grain drying system. The system is designed to work in hopper bottom grain storage bins ranging from 3,000 to 5,000 bushels in capacity.

    Location: Eston, Saskatchewan, Canada