Farmers have been storing grain in wooden bins for a long time before the steel bins became popular. The problem with square buildings for grain is that a lot of shoveling is required to get the grain to the opening so that the grain auger can do its thing. I get tired just thinking about the shoveling I used to do all the while gagging on the grain dust. These grain bins west of Blaine Lake, SK have seen their better days. We found it humourous to see how they're falling--much like dominoes.