Next, you will need to provide training for everyone involved. You will find the broader you make that training the more it will pay off. For example, instead of just instructing the employees to clean the bins — take the time to explain why it is so important to get rid of all old grain. As you implement your plan, your role as manager is to monitor how successfully your plan affects quality. When necessary, make changes to your plan so all members of your team can be working to have the best quality of grain.
Maintaining grain quality requires constant vigilance. Based on the quality of the crop you receive at harvest, it is a bit of a moving target, but managing the quality of your grain must be practiced by grain elevators and feed mills alike.