Darryl with Custer Farms out of Wisconsin is using a GCS-2200 Grain Cleaner and GCS-1000 Scalper to clean rye. By growing a number of different crops such as corn, rye, soybeans and oats they are utilizing the flexibility of GCS grain cleaning equipment to achieve high quality product.
Travis shares his story of how GCS grain cleaning equipment is helping him with his organic rye operation and how he is benefiting from his investment from the first day. Combination of GCS-1000 Grain Cleaner and GCS-1000 Scalper are producing great results for Pine Point Farms in their efforts to clean 1,500 acres of organic rye. After utilizing GCS grain cleaning equipment they are able to have high quality seeding material as well as satisfy their customer base on the open market.
Doug is farming in Outlook, MT growing peas, lentils, canola, durum wheat and flax. He decided to invest in a GCS-1400 grain cleaner during second half of 2016. With about 100,000 bushels needing to clean on annual basis Doug is saving on average $50,000 a year by cleaning grain himself and not having to contract out the job. Watch Doug tell his story and how GCS grain cleaner turned to be a great solution for his farming operation.
Watch Daryn’s success story from Westby, MT who shared his thoughts on GCS-1400 grain cleaner and how his return on investment paid off almost instantaneously. The cleaner has been a great solution to the Vomitoxin disease and helps him ensure that his grain is fully marketable. Additionally, Daryn is able to sell his grain as a higher grade due to the grain cleaner’s ability to grade and not only clean the grain.
Visited with Terry, owner of GCS-2200 grain cleaner from Raymond, MT who shared his thoughts and experiences with GCS grain cleaner. The cleaner has been a great solution to the Vomitoxin disease and helps him ensure that his grain is fully marketable. Terry likes the portability aspect of the machine and how flexible it is in working on a number of different crops such as peas, lentils, durum, flax and corn. According to Terry, the machine not only paid for itself in the 3 months that he has owned it but it already started to make money for his operation.
Proud owner of his GCS-2200 grain cleaner, Greg from Plentywood, MT shared his thoughts on the cleaner and how his decision to invest in GCS brand has paid off. The cleaner has been a great solution to the Vomitoxin disease and helps him ensure that his grain is fully marketable after initially having 5-7 ppm vomitoxin lelvels in his durum. Additionally, Greg is able to use the grain cleaner to clean for seed which he considers to be an extra bonus. Excellent customer service from GCS team has been a big reason for his overall satisfaction with the product.
All hemp growers are faced with a tricky proposition of cleaning their crop during harvest. Listen to Charlie’s story – a small producer out of Minnesota who is utilizing GCS grain cleaner in his operation. Combination of fan-powered grain cleaner with the GCS Scalper enables Charlie to take care of his crop right as he harvests it.
David is a producer out of North Dakota who is mainly growing lentils and he has been using GCS-750 grain cleaner to clean his crop. If quality of grain (how dirty the sample is) doesn’t meet certain requirements it can result in dockage fees that cost farmers lots of money, in David’s case up to 20% of the price of the grain. Thus using GCS cleaning equipment turned to be a great saving opportunity for David’s farm operation and help pay for the cleaner in one season.
Tom being one of the first farmers who bought the GCS grain cleaner has truly tested the machine’s capabilities of being so agile and flexible so that he has cleaned a wide variety of crops over the years. Corn, soybeans, wheat, barley, flax and canola are some of the crops he has first hand experience with and has benefited from owning the machine.
Luhrs Certified Seed has invested into a full line of GCS grain cleaning equipment comprised of GCS fan-powered grain cleaner, GCS Scalper and now RC-5 Color Sorter to help them with their organic seed business. Tom has been growing wheat, millet, oats, peas, chickpeas and other crops for almost 40 years in SW Nebraska. Our team is excited to partner with Tom and provide ongoing support for his grain cleaning needs.