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Drying Wheat or Barley with Heat

Wheat and barley can be dried with heat.  Heat raises risk of grain damage and temperatures should be reduced as compared to drying corn with heat.  Keep grain temperature below 140°F for grain used for milling and keep it below 110°F for grain used for seed or malting.

From: The Small Grains Field Guide, J.J. Wiersma and J.K. Ransom, 2005; Chapter summited by: K. Hellevang and W. Wilcke.

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