Canadian grain goes under the microscope

Canadian International Grains Institute staff have been working to get many different crop samples from all areas tested before CIGI staff go overseas Nov. 9 for the beginning of a season of new crop meetings with foreign buyers. CIGI took over the task from the Canadian Grain Commission in 2012-13 and has focused on getting samples analyzed quickly so promoters and buyers can better know what Canada has to sell. Ed White Photos

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