Grain Silos and the Deadly Risk of Grain Suffocation
Across agricultural areas, grain silos are used for storage of feed for livestock and for grains sold to consumers. For example, in Nebraska, corn is stored in wet silos. In Georgia, silos store soy meal. In Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba Canada: wheat, soy, canola and rapeseed are among the types of grains stored.
*Note, in the U.S. and Canada, there are various grains that need to be regulated and others that do not.