At the top of the grain bin, there is a circle opening (hence the cone shaped roof) where the auger is able to empty the soybeans into the bin.
And I apologize for not getting a picture from the top of the grain bin, but they are a little bit higher off the ground than I like to be!
Finally, I wanted to show you this picture (below) of the underside of the auger. Note that it looks like there are some beans falling through. This little screen is actually on the red part of the auger in the previous picture that feeds into the main part. This is one of the ways the soybeans and corn get filtered from “field junk” (part of plants that slipped through, grasshoppers, etc.) Cracked soybeans and corn will actually fall through that screen into a bin we usually keep there (in this case, as you can see above, we were allowing it to pile on the ground). We have a lot of neighbors that will take that to feed the birds, squirrels, and other animals during the winter.