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The Cereal YEN was established in 2012, and is the longest-running Yield Enhancement Network.

By joining the Cereal YEN, you will be able to benchmark your crops performance against other members, attend workshops with experienced farmers, agronomists and scientists, and be eligible for the YEN Awards at the annual conference.

All members will be provided with a comprehensive report, detailing how their crop performed and where improvements could be made.

 

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