June 10, 2008 | Gerry Whitty
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Delivering on the Promise

The United States remains the leading provider of high-quality grains to the global marketplace; however, can we be expected to maintain that position forever?

The United States remains the leading provider of high-quality grains to the global marketplace; however, can we be expected to maintain that position forever? FEED & GRAIN looks at how the industry is positioned and the factors which impact our place in the grain quality equation.

What is Quality?

Quality means many things to many people. To some it's a style of management that improves your business via TQM. Others use it as a way to wish someone well, without really meaning it;-

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