The system is reducing the pressure on the internal transports and enables us to handle volumes that we are not motivated financially to invest in to be able to handle.Johan Nordenblad – Svenska Foder, CEO
Harvest here in Ireland is wet and after checking around for the best grain cart we could find, we chose a Grain Saver 24,5. It has all the versatility one demands of a modern grain cart, built for European conditions.Pierce Cousins, Cousins Agri & Plant LTD, Ireland
Farming is uncertain. To make money on grain handling is easy but then you need a low cost, flexible system. Hence I chose mobile drier and grain bagging as my drying and storage system.Dan Jonsson, farmer central Sweden
We run farming on 1 000 ha on several locations in our area.Alexander Håkansson, farmer southern Sweden
The Grain Saver 24,5 with extensions give us all the benefit to keep the combine and trailers running. It is a high quality machine and we’re content.
We use grain bagging both for dried grain as well as for Maxamon-preservation of feedstuff (wet handling). It runs smooth and it is a very profitable system compared to traditional technologies. We are very content.Erlend Röhnbäck, farmer and Grain Dealer Norway
We have for several years used grain bagging as a mean to expand our grain handling. Over time, we have built more storage capacity but with grain bagging we can continue to grow with low risk. It is a good, simple system.Jörgen Tagesson, Vallberga Lantmän, southern Sweden