So there may not be stupid questions, buy there sure are a lot of inquisitive idiots. This probably falls in that category...
I recently got my own barley crusher. However, I have been less than impressed with it until recently. The thing that made the difference is running my drill slower than full throttle (actually just barely spinning, maybe 150-200 rpm). Since slowing things down I have had much better effeciency.
I only have three batches using the slower milling speed and I am still fairly new to AG so other factors are likely at play. But, I am still a bit worried about the increase in effeciency (~60% to ~83%). I am wondering if I should adjust the gap on my crusher, keep running at the lower speed, or throw caution to the wind and assume my better effeciency is due to me getting more comfortable with AG?