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Grain Storage Manager

Grain Storage Manager


The Grain Storage Manager App (GSM) is a free tool developed for grain farmers that allows them to manage the storage of their crops from the field to the bin and then to delivery or sale. The GSM App lets the user easily create virtual bins, set their capacity, location and crop and then track the crop loaded in or loaded out of that bin throughout the year. The graphical interface shows the current usage (percentage of capacity), total bushels housed and each transaction recorded for loads in and out of the bin.

The GSM App is the best way to track grain during harvest and throughout the year. The phone app makes it easy and convenient to keep track of loads into your bins or loads into the local elevator. All the data is stored in the cloud and is immediately available. No more keeping track of scale tickets or wondering how much grain you hauled to town. Easily know when it is time to move augers and know which bins have room for more grain.

GSM has features such as calculating shrinkage, bin capacity and setting reminders to check bins. The user can easily generate an Excel spreadsheet showing each of the bins data. The spreadsheet can be emailed to the account holder or shared with his banker or landlord.

The GSM App is password protected and the data entered is securely and privately stored per account. Each account requires an email as the username which is then verified before the account can be established. Accounts can be shared by family farm operations by using the unique user name feature which creates each transaction using that users name.
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3.6
User ratings
9
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
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About Grain Storage Manager
The Grain Storage Manager App (GSM) is a free tool developed for grain farmers that allows them to manage the storage of their crops from the field to the bin and then to delivery or sale. The GSM App lets the user easily create virtual bins, set their capacity, location and crop and then track the crop loaded in or loaded out of that bin throughout the year. The graphical interface shows the current usage (percentage of capacity), total bushels housed and each transaction recorded for loads in and out of the bin.

The GSM App is the best way to track grain during harvest and throughout the year. The phone app makes it easy and convenient to keep track of loads into your bins or loads into the local elevator. All the data is stored in the cloud and is immediately available. No more keeping track of scale tickets or wondering how much grain you hauled to town. Easily know when it is time to move augers and know which bins have room for more grain.

GSM has features such as calculating shrinkage, bin capacity and setting reminders to check bins. The user can easily generate an Excel spreadsheet showing each of the bins data. The spreadsheet can be emailed to the account holder or shared with his banker or landlord.

The GSM App is password protected and the data entered is securely and privately stored per account. Each account requires an email as the username which is then verified before the account can be established. Accounts can be shared by family farm operations by using the unique user name feature which creates each transaction using that users name.

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A Google User
Sep 25, 2014
Great concept, but... I was looking for a handy way to manage grain inventory, and thought this was it. Then, I realized I had to enter my fields, then I had to create load tickets. My dryer has a bushel counter, so I want to be able to enter the total number of dry bushels that went into the bin rather than having to set up 20-30 load tickets that ask for a lot more information than I'm interested in. For now I'll just be using a spreadsheet on my phone to keep track of grain on hand.
A Google User
Jun 21, 2014
Grate app Only wish you could put fields in as dropdown arrow. and more grains.
A Google User
May 19, 2014
Grain storage manager Excellent
A Google User
Jan 22, 2014
I like the app except you only have 3 options for grain. Corn, barley, and sorghum I think. It needs wheat and soybeans as an options for grain
A Google User
Dec 6, 2013
Hello ....thanks...