Originally Posted by cluckk
I know this will sound stupid since grain has been stored at ambient temperatures in various climates for millennia. What about temperature of storing bulk grain? My garage has an insulated door, but ambient room temperatures in the summer can reach well over a hundred, especially in the afternoon when the sun hits the door directly.
I do not know but I would say like anything else high heat would not be good for storage . I store mine in freezer but I suspect that fridge would be good . Grain is stored in elevators for a year or two with no problems . they surely get quite hot in summer .
Go here to read up on grain storage problems .. http://www.extension.purdue.edu/extmedia/AED/AED-20.html
although it is for elevators I think some would apply to this .