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On-farm grain handling ready for next generation

A farming family says it is reaping the rewards after installing a grain handling facility as part of a plan to transfer the business to the next generation.

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Ukraine tension fuels global grain price rise

Political tension between Russia and Ukraine is continuing to cause volatility in global grain markets, says the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board.

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Demand grows for powerful grain store vacuums

Cleaning specialists Hugh Crane says more farmers and grain store managers are demanding big, high powered industrial vacuum cleaners able to work with fine dusts for prolonged periods of time.

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Top tips to keep rodents out of your grain store

Farmers and grain store managers are being reminded to prioritise pest prevention with a few handy tips on rodent control.

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Storage facility maintains crop quality throughout season

A Shropshire potato grower is reaping the rewards after building his own on-farm store for the crop – rather than sending it direct from field to processor.

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Plan ahead to maintain crop quality in store

Good preparation is key to ensure that quality is maintained while crops are in store, says Andrew Head

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Traders warn of ‘hiccups’ as UK gets to grips with Brexit

Grain merchants are warning of hiccups following the trade deal agreed between London and Brussels relating to the movement of goods between the UK and European Union.

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Real-time grain measurement can sort crops more quickly

Farmers could benefit from new harvesting technology that will sense grain quality in real time – using smart sensors often found in medical devices.

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Want to know the latest wheat prices? Just ask Alexa…

Wheat futures prices available via Amazon smart speakers are increasingly popular thanks to a new Alexa skill developed by Openfield.

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Beware of rodents attacking precious straw stacks

Rodents are out in force again this winter and farmers are being urged to protect straw stacks amid tight supplies.

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