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Milling wheat growers are being urged to combine as soon as possible to prevent a slump in grain quality in a frustrating harvest beset by rain showers. Grain co-operatives are pushing wheat growers to cut even if moisture levels are high to preserve good hagberg values, which are essential for breadmaking. They are encouraging growers to cut wheat at up to or even just over 20% moisture content, as some are capping their drying costs to their members. See also: Harvest […]
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