No, it's too hold the center board in the center.Is the piece of wood at the bottom for air flow?
Home Depot has them too, with curbside pickup. I suggest setting them up on a pallet of some kind, for ventilation near the bottoms.Large metal galvanized trash cans with tight fitting lids stored on top of a pallet to keep air flowing limiting ground moisture, in shaded covered spot. The moisture is the the problem with storing food outside so I'm not sure how humid or wet it gets where you live. I live along the coast in the humid south and mine molds if I keep it outside. Walmart has these online-free shipping
I have mine sitting up on a few bricks, mainly in case of intermittent flooding, but the can is still in good condition with no noticeable rusting after sitting on the ground in our climate for about 2 years.Home Depot has them too, with curbside pickup. I suggest setting them up on a pallet of some kind, for ventilation near the bottoms.