Rob R. wrote:A while back someone else had the same issue and contacted Reading about it, they said that they had some problems with their new bagging system and it created excessive fines in some of the bags. If you can't work with it I suggest you talk to your dealer about it.
Yep, that was me.
I have about 18 bags left of a palletized short ton, and man am I tired of shifting the fines out. maybe 1 in 10 has been good nut, the rest have been 50% nut, 40% pea and rice, and 10% fines.
So, yes, please contact Reading. I did and got a call back with apologies (full report in a previous post), and was told they contacted my dealer, who said he'd give me a credit. Still, it's a PITA, f'ing around screening this every day, and collecting the culm and fines in a bin, now about 6" deep. Lots of wood chunks as well, and even found a mangled rag in today's bag.
I guess what bothers me the most is, I'm not getting all the heat I should be, and all the extra effort is a whole rigamarole I don't need.