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Grain delivered from 1 March 2018 will be received under the Late Season Delivery Procedure. Viterra implements this procedure to ensure grain is fit for purpose and that Viterra is able to meet the needs of customers and export markets.

The Late Season Delivery Procedure involves completing a Late Season Delivery Declaration Form and may require a sample for chemical residue testing before the grain is delivered. This is in addition to the Delivery Advice and Declaration Form and the grower receival classification process.

Due to the weather events during the 2017/18 harvest, loads that meet malting barley specifications (including HIND and COMP grades) are subject to Falling Number or RVA testing regardless of the visual detection of sprouted grain.

Please contact your regional office to discuss the Late Season Delivery Procedure and delivery options.