Bins can pay during high yield, low price year

Rinderer

HIGHLAND — The Rinderer family is preparing for harvest by getting grain bins ready for what is expected to be an average corn crop this year.

Brian Rinderer, who grows corn, soybeans and wheat with his two brothers and father on more than 15,000 acres in Central and Southern Illinois, estimates they have more than 90 grain bins.

It seems like a lot when it’s time to clean them out, he joked. Owning bins usually pays off most in years with high yields and lower prices.

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