This booklet describes the causes of these potential losses and illustrates actions that should be undertaken to prevent or remedy them. It assumes that grain and grain products, including flour and animal feed, have reached the first point in the marketing chain after leaving the farm. The situation of transit storage and long-term storage is considered, and millers, traders and feed compounders are also included. The booklet is not intended to be used solely by the ultimate beneficiaries themselves, though it may well be. It is intended to be used by anyone who is involved in providing practical advice to counteract the causes of deterioration of grain and grain products along the marketing chain.
|Publisher:||Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations|
|Series:||Good Practices For Animal Feed and Livestock|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 9.87(h) x (d)|
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