Grain Inspectors and Digital Media Tools

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Social media is becoming an important part of every business today.  This holds true also for Grain Inspectors for the USDA.

 

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Check this out from the Department of Agriculture:

Most consumers may not realize it, but in many ways grain inspection has not changed much over the years. Even though there are sophisticated scientific tests today to measure moisture, oil, protein and several other intrinsic qualities of grain, the human eye still carries the most weight when judging a grain sample for classification and grade.

To ensure consistency and uniformity throughout the grading process, individual graders need lasting references. Digital media is an important tool used to reduce variability and maintain consistency.

Source: USDA
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