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National Program 308

Assessment and

Customer Workshop

Feb 28 - Mar 2, 2006

Jim Bair, vice president

North American Millers’ Association

Washington, DC

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About NAMA

48 member companies170 wheat, corn & oat mills150 cities38 statesProduction exceeds 160 million pounds per day, > 95% of industry capacity

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Patent no. 3, issued to Oliver Evans, 1790

Signed by President George Washington &

Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson

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Industry Profile

Number of Mills

1900 13,188 mills

2005 199 mills

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Size of mills

  • 1900
  • 600 400 - 2,000 cwt
  • 77 2,000 - 5,000
  • 29 > 5,000
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Size of mills

  • 2005
  • 65 < 5,000 cwt
  • 45 5,000 - 9,999
  • 64 > 10,000
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Geography

  • 2005
  • Kansas 136,640 cwt/day
  • California 106,600
  • Minnesota 99,480
  • Pennsylvania 89,540
  • New York 85,100
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“Milling Capital”

1900

Minneapolis 130,000 cwt

2005

Los Angeles 60,600 cwt

(Minneapolis 17,500 cwt)

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Market

1900 2005

75% family 5% family

15% bakery 95% bakery

10% export

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Per Capita Flour Consumption

1900 2005

225 lbs 133 lbs

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“What was the single most significant accomplishment this past year?”

“Aeration for Insect Control in Stored Wheat. Insect pests often cause economic damage in stored grain, and cooling storage bins in autumn through aeration (using low-volume airflow rates of ambient air) can be an important component of integrated management plans for stored wheat.”

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Efficacy and Comparison of Four Fumigants; Replacements for Methyl Bromide

Dried Fruit Association of California

December 2004

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Thanks!

jbair@namamillers.org

www.namamillers.org