Economic and marketing aspects of post-harvest handling of grains


by Andrew W. Shepherd

Marketing and Rural Finance Service Agricultural Services Division

AGSM Occasional Paper No. 7

*Paper presented at the FAO/CESA International Symposium on Post-Harvest Handling of Grains, Brazil, 19-22 October 1993

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome
November 1993

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Contents

1. Introduction

2. Grain marketing systems

3. Grain drying and the marketing system

4. Storage in the marketing system

5. Conclusions