Justin, I have thought about the same thing. My cousin used to row crop and had cattle. He would grow milo, sell the grain and bale what was left. He also grew soybeans and didnt have any storage. The grain elevator stored his crop for a fee and he would book a price or just watch the prices and call them when he wanted to sell. He sold alot at harvest since he paid his land rent (25% of the crop) then.He never spent any money unless he had to either...Rick
It could be worth it. You could use the grain to finish some of your steers. You could feed out some hogs. Raise turkeys for Thanksgiving. You could also do some agritourism if you are a people person. Things like corn mazes and pumpkin patches can be pretty profitable if you live close enough to population centers.