Digital tools for grain inspection

Digital tools for grain inspection

Digital media are important tools used to reduce variability and maintain consistency in grain inspection.

MOST may not realize it, but in many ways, grain inspection has not changed much over the years.

Even though there are sophisticated scientific tests available today to measure moisture, oil, protein and several other intrinsic qualities of grain, Shane Rumsey, grain marketing specialist with the U.S. Department of Agricultur

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