Reconditioning soybeans in storage poses problems
The lost value of soybeans with a moisture content of 7 percent rather than the market standard of 13 percent is a loss of about 97 cents per bushel for beans with a value of $15 per bushel, and 66 cents per bushel if they are at 9 percent moisture. This lost value will encourage producers to recondition the beans to 13 percent.
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