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Measuring Moisture Content In Grains: GrainMate To The Rescue

Last updated: February 9, 2021

Measuring moisture content in grains at every point in time is something every grain and poultry farmer and should practice. So if you are wondering how to measure the moisture content in your grains, you are at the right place. In this post, we share with you how to use our GrainMate Grain Moisture Meter to measure the moisture content in your grains.

Why do you even need to measure the moisture content?

Measuring the moisture content in grains helps to know whether they are ready for storage or not. It helps the farmer make decisions such as continuing to dry the grains for a little longer or not. This is because high moisture content leads to the growth of aflatoxin-producing mold that destroys grains and causes farmers to lose produce.

Secondly, if you are a commodities trader, many buyers require you to meet certain moisture content standards before they will accept your grain. For corn, many buyers want the moisture content to remain below 13%. Hence it is important that as a trader, you know the moisture content of your grains to avoid losing investment.

Our offer: the GrainMate grain moisture meter

At Sesi Technologies, we understand that post-harvest losses are such a menace to the grain farmer, trader and aggregator who only wants his grains to remain in good shape till it reaches the consumer.

This is where the GrainMate Moisture Meter comes in. First, a moisture meter is a device that helps you detect the moisture content of your grains. GrainMate can tell you the moisture content in your grains very easily. In order for you to know if your grains are well dried or have to be dried some more.

Our GrainMate moisture meter is efficient and effective. With some other types of moisture meters, you need to crush the grains before you can measure the moisture content. But GrainMate does nothing of that sort. It comes in a bag containing a probe and a meter. You only have to connect the probe to the meter and insert it into a pile or bag of grains and voila! Your moisture reading is ready in less than 5 minutes!

Here’s the best part

The GrainMate moisture meter is made in Ghana with the finest materials and technology. It is the result of 3 years of research and field tests and works with several grain types including maize, soybeans, millet, rice, and sorghum.

The best part of it all is that it is very AFFORDABLE and comes with an app full of valuable post-harvest resources! Want to talk to someone about GrainMate? Call us on +233555699870 and let us show you how GrainMate can help you reduce losses and earn more.

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