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Agricultural Covers & Liners

Raven Engineered Films has been helping customers with their feed storage needs for over 60 years with high-quality innovative oxygen barrier (OTR) silage covers (FeedFresh®) and durable grain storage covers (GrainMax™ and Protector™) with exclusive offerings for secondary grain cover security through WebNet™ (external net systems) and our unique Fortress™ (internal strap systems).


Raven also manufactures a product line of true TIF™ Fumigation Films (VaporSafe®), including broadcast and row mulch, to provide substantial savings in fumigant rates by utilizing gas barrier technology to maintain efficacy and increase available planting acres. We offer a wide selection of products and sizes and are committed to long-range research and development by producing cutting-edge products that bring real value to our customers in everyday applications.

We are also well known for the manufacturing of waste containment liners, fresh water pond liners, canal lining for irrigation systems, and long-term floating covers for odor and methane control. All products are offered in a wide range of standard sizes as well as large, one-piece custom panels that can offer substantial savings.

Our products are designed to provide quality solutions at a competitive price. All Raven products developed and produced in our Sioux Falls, SD, Madison, SD; Brandon, SD; and Midland, TX facility are manufactured in a quality-controlled environment under our stringent ISO 9001 certified management system to assure we achieve complete customer satisfaction and continuous improvement in all phases of our business. Our recently acquired facility located in Pleasanton, TX is operationally compliant with our internal quality control standards and is targeted to start preparation in attaining ISO 9001 certification. 

Contact our experienced ag team specialists to discuss your next project at efdag@ravenind.com, and let us introduce you to some impressive products!

Agricultural News

September 1st
Class III milk futures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange were down on demand concerns and follow through selling. September was $.05 lower at $16.15, October was down $.07 at $16.36, November was $.07 lower at $16.16, and December was down $.06 at $16.0…
September 1st
Sep. corn closed at $3.40, down 2 and 1/4 cents Sep. soybeans closed at $9.42, up 5 and 3/4 cents Sep. soybean meal closed at $293.20, down $1.10 Sep. soybean oil closed at 35.31, up 60 points Sep. wheat closed at $4.20…
September 1st
National Association of Wheat Growers President David Schemm had just visited wheat farmers in the Dakotas before arriving at the Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Illinois.  During those stops, he discussed current drought conditions for wheat growers…