9 November 2001


The sight of golden cereals, shiny oilseed rape or ripe pulses spilling from a combine auger can be very satisfying. But harvesting those crops is usually only the beginning of a long process of ensuring that produce reaches end-users and processors in the best possible condition.

Cleaning, drying, storing and marketing all demand care and attention to achieve maximum returns.

With more than 80 exhibitors at Grain 2001, visitors can be sure of finding the technical expertise they may need to meet the industrys increasingly tight standards safely and economically.

A programme of seminars on both days and a free grain testing clinic will add to the wealth of experience in handling, storage and analysis on hand.

And whatever your level of expertise it must be worth having a shot at our Quality Quest competition in this guide. Who knows, it could win you just what you need to fine-tune your drying operation.

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