As your Grain moves from the field, to store, to final sale it’s important to keep an eye on any changes that may occur due to the variable nature of grains within a bulk store. Monitoring moisture and protein levels as well as inspecting for defects, impurities and mycotoxin levels is vital to ensure you get the best price for your harvest!
Proper management of post-harvest systems can serve as a major help in resolving various social and economic issues. A significant decrease in post-harvest loss can alleviate food insecurity all over the world. Simultaneously, food safety can be ensured by protecting commodities from mold growth and contamination.
Reduction of post-harvest loss is a holistic strategy. It helps farmers who produce food, feeds people suffering from hunger, and ultimately, protects the ecosystem from further damage caused by greenhouse emissions.