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Agweek TV: Grain Bin Safety

Getting trapped in a grain bin is a longtime concern in U.S. agriculture, and it's a growing problem. As grain bins continue to get bigger, the number of entrapment cases is rising. Jonathan Knutson recently attended a training session designed t...

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 Getting trapped in a grain bin is a longtime concern in U.S. agriculture, and it's a growing problem. As grain bins continue to get bigger, the number of entrapment cases is rising. Jonathan Knutson recently attended a training session designed to cut the number of grain bin deaths.

 

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