Moisture Matters Blog

How to Make Species Corrections with Grain Moisture Meters

Grain moisture meters are an invaluable tool for helping farmers optimize their grain harvesting and storage practices. With a handheld grain moisture tester, a farmer can check the moisture content (%MC) of grain right before harvesting it to ensure that they’re ... Read More

Is Your Grain Ready for Harvest? Make Sure with a Grain Moisture Meter

Timing the harvest is one of the most crucial aspects of growing any crop—and grains such as wheat and rice are no exception. Harvesting crops when they’re at their peak quality helps to ensure the best nutritive value and keeps buyers coming back for more. A ... Read More

5 Must-Have Moisture Meters for Agriculture

In the agriculture industry, moisture is a constant concern for many reasons. Farmers need to know how much water in the soil is available to their crops, what the moisture content (%MC) of plants are at the time of harvest, and whether or not their crops are at an ... Read More

Comparing 4 High-End Grain Moisture Meters

Grain moisture meters are a proven tool for helping farmers monitor and control the moisture content (%MC) of their grain crops at harvest time and during storage to reduce the risk of spoilage, moisture shrinkage, excessive drying costs, and many more problems. ... Read More

Preparing Crops for Long-Term Storage with a Grain Moisture Tester

Grain crops are often held in storage for extremely long periods of time. Before they can be stored, these crops have to be dried to prevent spoilage. However, over-drying grains can also have an impact on their nutritional value and your profits at the time of ... Read More

4 Tips for Measuring Grain Moisture

The consequences of not measuring grain moisture content can end up costing you a lot more than you think. In fact, the moisture in your grain can play a crucial part in its quality, storage, and sale weight. And as these factors contribute heavily to farmers’ overall ... Read More

4 Reasons to Use a Moisture Meter for Grain

For the average person who buys grain from the supermarket or grocery store, the only time they worry about the moisture content of their grain products is when they’re trying to cook it. For example, the boiling of rice. Read More