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5 tips to help maintain grain quality post-harvest

A strong post-harvest strategy can make or break a successful season.
Unpredictable weather has increased the need to ventilate and cool of stored crops – but this is only half the battle. A suitable control system to drive temperatures down as fast as possible is equally as important.

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How to reduce mycotoxin risk in maize silage

Farmers are being advised to pay close attention to detail when harvesting maize and take steps to minimise waste and preserve minimum quality.

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Food Enterprise Park heralds new era for Norfolk farmers

A new centre of excellence for food processing – adding value for farmers – is taking shape on a 40ha site near Norwich.

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Award-winning harvest technology at Cereals

John Deere’s flagship X9 combine harvester will be on show for visitors to see at this month’s Cereals event – alongside a range of other new products.

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Farmers face long delays for harvest workers this summer

Farmers face costly delays in reruiting harvest workers this summer because the government is moving too slowly on seasonal labour rules, says a group of MPs.

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Safety initiative targets farmers ahead of harvest

A new safety campaign aims to stop farmers and farm-workers from electrocuting themselves on overhead power lines.

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How under-sowing maize paves way for better harvest performance

Maize growers can look forward to better harvest performance by using under-sowing techniques to establish the crop, says Suffolk grass specialists Barenbrug.

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Despite the fact that we see them everywhere, vans are often the forgotten link in the logistics chain. Automotive news is led by the passenger car market, while talk of haulage and deliveries leans towards heavy trucks. Yet, the van sector has become an increasingly vital part of the logistics business.

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