Farm innovation is a never-ending process with all the demands to get planting and harvest done in the most cost-effective, safe and productive way. At Farm Shop Mfg., LLC we are excited to offer our first cutting-edge product, the “Germinator,” to help make your planting more effective than ever. Our newest product, “Grain Temp Guard,” monitors your grain storage conditions to help keep your hard work safe!

End Zone

Includes set of 2

Bulkhead Door Sensor Spear Instructions – Download

$2,300.00Add to cart

Germinator STEEL Package

Wheels Sold Per Row (Includes Set of 2).

Bulkhead Door Sensor Spear Instructions – Download

$2,160.00$18,507.20Select options

Buy 12 or more rows of Germinator Closing Wheels and receive 20% off our Moisture
Management Package – includes Grain Temp Guard and EndZone!


It’s not too late to score all of your points in the EndZone!

Quick calculation for value:

  • 20,000 bushels of soybeans (or wheat) at 10% moisture.
  • The EndZone™ system equipment is installed on the bin. Typical cost for a 20,000 bushel bin is $3800 and is made to be farmer friendly/farmer installed.
  • System is set to increase grain moisture to 13% (ideal maximum selling moisture). Depending on fan size and atmospheric humidity conditions, this may take a few weeks to a few months.
  • Soybeans take on moisture, increasing to approximately 13%, increasing the grain volume by one semi load, 54,000 pounds of water.
  • In today’s soybean market, this is an additional $12,600 in revenue.

Producers may want to recondition soybeans harvested at lower moisture contents to bring the moisture up to the market standard of 13%. On a 40-bushel-per-acre yield, harvesting soybeans at 9% moisture content, rather than 13%, is equal to 1.8 bushels of lost weight per acre. At $9 per bushel, that is $16.20 per acre.

Just as grain is dried with bin fans, soybeans can be reconditioned by operating fans during periods with the desired air temperature and relative humidity. Reconditioning requires high airflow rates for several weeks using air with an average relative humidity of about 70% to recondition soybeans to 13% during normal fall temperatures of 30°F to 60°F. Read More

Kenneth Hellevang PhD, Extension Agricultural Engineer North Dakota State University

Recommended System and Probe Placement per Bin Size

  • 3,000 to 6,000 bushel bin: 1 EndZone, 1 Grain Temp Guard® Alarm HT
  • 7,000 to 15,000 bushel bin: 1 EndZone, 2 Grain Temp Guard® Alarm HT
  • 16,000 to 23,000 bushel bin: 1 EndZone, 3 Grain Temp Guard® Alarm HT
  • 24,000 to 30,000 bushel bin: 1 EndZone, 4 Grain Temp Guard® Alarm HT
  • 31,000 to 37,000 bushel bin: 1 EndZone, 5 Grain Temp Guard® Alarm HT
  • 38,000 to 44,000 bushel bin: 1 EndZone, 6 Grain Temp Guard® Alarm HT
  • 45,000 to 51,000 bushel bin: 1 EndZone, 7 Grain Temp Guard® Alarm HT
  • 52,000 to 59,000 bushel bin: 1 EndZone, 8 Grain Temp Guard® Alarm HT

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