It is the customers responsibility to communicate with  Farmers’ Grain and Feed on what the intentions are of any grain delivered and put on a courtesy 10 day hold within that allotted 10 days.  Any grain on hold that goes past 10 days will automatically be put in storage and fees will be applied accordingly (see grain schedule for more details).
  Example: Grain comes in on the 28th of the month; decision would have to be communicated to FGF by end of the day on the 8th.