Seed conditioning prepares the harvested seed for market. This is a four-step process, which begins by shelling the seed. First, shellers rub the seed from the cob. Next, a scalping operation is implemented where air-screen cleaners are used to remove husks, silks, and other debris. Next, the seed is sized. The sizing operation separates the seed into uniform lots by size and shape. Lastly, the seed is treated with fungicide prior to bagging.
We are pleased to be able to have conditioning partnership facilities in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, as well as, Michigan and Indiana.