Secure your 2012 harvest in time
The first days of spring have arrived. For many agricultural enterprises this implies that the first cut of grass lies ahead and with it the processing of silage and hay. Depending on the region, some have already begun doing so.
Last year the actual harvest often only reached 30 % of the expected yield. The first cut fell significantly short of expectations. Normally this cut equals 60 % of the annual yield. As a result, the entire harvest 2011 was overshadowed by a shortage of forage. By calling upon users to offer surpluses in maize silage or other harvested products, we were able to fill large gaps frequently.
It is difficult to forecast the prospects for this year. Therefore, we would like to encourage our customers to enter tenders for their demand in green fodder or to offer their surplus to clients with lower yields. Whether offering large or small quantities, you determine the price for your products to trade successfully on grunna.
A tender is free of charge, and our customer service is ready to assist you in setting up your trade processes on gruuna.
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