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In 2022, subscribers showed the most interest in content focused on upcoming construction projects, profiles of new or expanded feed mills and grain facilities, and advice for grain operators on critical issues like safety, grain cleaning and mycotoxin management. Here is a list of this year's most-clicked headlines from Feed & Grain magazine.
Lights-out automation allows farmers to drop off grain quickly day or night while making the grain delivery process more efficient for employees. — August/September 2022
Soybean crush capacity to skyrocket; More export terminals coming online in 2023. — August/September 2022
Today’s test kits focus on data, speed and accuracy to detect mycotoxin contamination. — June/July 2022
Port Redwing facility offers unmatched supply chain flexibility, leading-edge automation and quality control capabilities. — June/July 2022
Isolated location, separate production buildings and cutting-edge automation elevate global poultry breeder to the next level of pathogen control. — October/November 2022
The North American animal feed industry faces many headwinds, but experts think feed production will see strong demand this year. — April/May 2022
Farmers’ Grain & Feed’s new mill aims to serve its community through efficiency and consistency. — January 2022
All feed and grain handling facilities need to designate someone who is an expert in the latest safety requirements. — February/March 2022
The type and placement of magnetic separation equipment is integral to your facility’s success. — June/July 2022
The Feed Technology Center at University of Illinois is fully automated and features all new equipment and software. — October/November
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