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IAOM Regenerates Mill Maintenance II Course
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The popular Mill Maintenance II course will return to the lineup of IAOM's educational programming this fall. The course will be held Oct. 17-19, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Wichita, Kan. The agenda will include site visits to local industry partners as well as hands-on demonstrations More

IAOM districts gear up for fall meetings
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There are several IAOM District meetings scheduled for the fall. For information on programs, sponsorship opportunities and to register, be sure to visit the District page on the IAOM website. Below is a list of the upcoming meeting dates. More

Kansas State University seeks instuctor for Milling Science and Management
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Kansas State University, Department of Grain Science and Industry seeks applications for a non-tenure track annually renewable position at the Instructor level in the area of milling science and management. Call 785.532.6161, email or go to: for position description and application procedures. EOE/background check required. More

115th Annual Conference and Expo educational sessions available
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For the first time ever, the Technical Operations sessions were streamed live of the conference. All of the session recordings from the 115th Annual IAOM Conference and Expo in San Antonio, were recorded and are ready for your viewing pleasure. Whether you were an attendee at the conference or a member who wasn't able to make the conference this year, you can enjoy approximately 12 hours of conference sessions on demand. More

15-year celebration: Fortifying with folic
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In just 15 years, adding folic acid to flour has become a life-altering business practice resulting in the prevention of more than 22,000 serious birth defects every year. More

Africa: Cereals board raises maize price as it boosts reserves
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The National Cereals and Produce Board will buy maize from farmers at Sh3,000 a 90-kilogram bag for the new produce, signaling that prices are unlikely to fall to last year's level. More

Canadian farmers plant 14 percent less grain after rain during seeding
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Canadian farmers planted 14 percent fewer grains than they intended from April through June because of wet weather during seeding, Hamburg-based Oil World said. The area seeded with wheat, corn, barley and oats fell to 34.3 million tons, down from intentions of 16.2 million hectares before planting started, the researcher said in a report. More

Fight over grain levy spending
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The Farmers Federation says a plan to strip it of the proceeds of a levy paid by South Australian grain growers will not fix the grain industry's problems. More

Russian grain exports set to hit 23 million tons    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Russian grain exports are expected to reach up to 23 million tons this year, compared to just 4 million tons prior to the country's ban on exports last year. More

Happy to grind out a living
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Call him the unlikely farmer. Bob Hogg is actually a retired professor of English - specifically American literature and Canadian poetry. But on the side, he's quietly developed an organic and natural food distribution company along with a flour milling business from his farm in Mountain, Ontario, about an hour's drive south of the capital, where he used to teach. More

Japan to raise wheat price by average 2 percent
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Japan will raise the price at which it sells imported wheat to domestic flour millers by an average 2 percent to 57,720 yen per ton from 56,710 yen, the farm ministry said. More

Namibia: Grain harvest cropped by heavy rains    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Namibia's coarse grain production is expected to be about 23 percent lower than last season due to floods and heavy rainfall earlier this year, the Namibia Early Warning and Food Information Unit has said in its latest crop prospects and food security situation report. More

North Dakota Mills rises to record profits
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Vance Taylor paused while giving a recent tour of the North Dakota Mill's grain-receiving area. When prompted while posing for a photo, Taylor allowed a smile to creep across his face. The state mill and its manager have had plenty to smile about lately. More

Russia to begin wheat deliveries to North Korea
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Russia will begin deliveries of wheat to North Korea, a top official said. Russia said it was giving 50,000 tons of wheat to Pyongyang, North Korea. The secretive communist state is facing severe food shortages and increasing international isolation over its nuclear program. More
Bruins Instruments
The OmegAnalyzer G™ is the workhorse of Bruins Instruments NIR grain analyzers. The "G" is a versatile instrument for grain analysis and is capable of handling grain and seed such as wheat, barley, corn, rice, soy, rapeseed and more. This instrument offers USA NTEP certification and a host of upgrade options and accessories.
Unity Scientific
The SpectraStar 2400 is a workhorse instrument that scans the wavelength range of 1200-2400 nm. This wavelength range covers the same range used by older NIR filter spectrometers from Technicon, Bran+Luebbe, Perten, and DICKEY-john, meaning that calibrations from these systems can easily be transferred to the SpectraStar 2400.
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