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Home  >  Field Crops  >   Grain Processing: Adding Value to Farm Products (Summary)

Grain Processing: Adding Value to Farm Products



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By Janet Bachmann and Lance Gegner

Published: 2002

Updated: 2002

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Introduction

Value-added processing is a strategy used by some grain growers to keep their farming operations viable. This publication introduces ideas that have worked for some farmers, provides sources for equipment, and lists sources of further information.

Table of Contents

Introduction
First, Learn about Regulations
Whole-grain Flour
Additional Products
Animal Feed
Cooperatives
Educational and Training Resources
Summary
Further Resources
References
Appendix

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