In January 2017, the Council released the 2016/2017 Sorghum Harvest Quality Report. The Report assessed the quality of that year’s U.S. sorghum harvest as it entered international merchandizing channels.
This 2016/2017 Harvest Report was based on 254 commodity sorghum samples taken from defined areas within the nine top sorghum-producing states. Inbound, unblended samples were collected from local grain elevators to observe quality at the point of origin, and to provide representative information about the variability of the quality characteristics across the diverse geographic regions.
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