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Associate Adviser Locator Map

Do you clean your grains with a machine?


It'll save you hours of hand labor or with a home made setup. When you go to buy a machine, don’t just pick the first one that's in your price range. It's crucial to consider the right circumstances of your operation so that you can choose the right machine for optimal performance. Boost your confidence by asking someone who already has a machine!

Locate An Associate Advisor


Still have questions? Ask someone who has actual experience in cleaning grain with one of our machines. Click on a pin to reveal a name and phone number. They will be happy to answer your questions or show you their machine.

Blue = WS Grain Cleaner

Green = GS Grain Separator

Red = Main Distribution Warehouse

Black = A future Farm Show where you will be able to see our machines in operation. Display models can be purchased at a discount and without shipping fees.

Click on the plus or minus sign at the bottom left corner of the map to zoom in and out. Click on the frame icon in the top right corner of the map to enlarge the map.

Below is a breakdown of some questions you could ask yourself when you are considering buying a grain cleaning machine --- and what to look for when buying a grain cleaning machine that will take the chore out of the cleaning process.

1 . How much more do you get paid for your cleaned grains?

The amount that you make for selling your clean grain crops will determine your investment into a grain cleaner. Whether you’re selling to the local feed mill or shipping them across the country, the value of your grains is determined by the market price of wheat, corn, or other grains and the quality standard to which they are cleaned.


If you're trying to make a living as a grain producer, then you have a more significant stake in adding value to your grain crops. Grain harvested with a newer combine that has the sieves set correctly for the crop, will not take as long to clean. If you're working with very dirty grain, it may take longer to thoroughly clean it.

2.​ How much time do you have to clean your grains?

Writing down all the steps and the amount of time to do each will give a good overall picture of how much can be gained by using a grain cleaner to clean your crops. Compare these steps and the amount of time to do each to the time saved by using a machine over cleaning by hand or using a homemade setup. 

3. How much space do you have?

How much storage space do you have on the farm? It may be quite advantageous to buy a grain cleaner to clean your grain right at harvest and sell it immediately rather than build storage bins for on-farm storage.

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