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We are deeply saddened to report the passing of our friend and business partner, Mark Cornwell of Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Mark passed away at his home on Monday, September 11, 2017.

1957 - 2017

Mark was a long time associate of the grain and milling industries, having spent many years with World Grain helping build a leading industry magazine, and then going on to partner with Perendale Publishers Limited in 2014 to work on the oldest publication in the milling sector Milling and Grain along with his wife and business partner Martha.

And somewhat more significant than Mark’s reputation in the grain handling and milling sectors was his reputation in the publishing world, where to-a-tee he was held in high regard by all his peers across all industry publications, from his previous employers at World Grain through to his would-be competitors at Feed and Grain, Milling Journal and The Miller Magazine. To Mark, they were all friends and he would do anything to help any of them, a rare quality he has passed on.

Mark leaves us all in our industry with heavy hearts, but in the knowledge that he is no longer suffering the excruciating back pain he had endured for the last two years.

Be assured Milling and Grain magazine will honour Mark, and Martha, with our continued support of our US and North American operations through our partnerships formed with them.

Mark was a graduate of The University of Missouri, Columbia and an avid fan of MIZZOU football, as well as the Kansas City Chiefs football team and his beloved St Louis Cardinal baseball team.

The 'Cornman' as he was affectionally known, Mark was a man with a sense of humour that would make even the grumpy old men in a room laugh, and the character to always do the best job possible for those he served as well as being someone always willing to help those who might be struggling either personally or professionally. Mark and Martha have always been kind, caring, considerate and charitable when it comes to helping the less fortunate.

Mark loved his two dogs, Abbie and Marley and they too will miss having Mark to play with them.

We all extend to Martha and their daughter Maggie our deepest condolences. There will be a celebration of Mark's life to be announced at a later date.




Welcome to Milling and Grain
A leading information source for the global flour and feed milling industries
- since 1891

Milling and Grain (formerly Grain & Feed Milling Technology) reflects a passion for milling and excitement about new technology. Our objective is to be a respected provider of information about milling technology in the widest sense.

See our current on-line version of Milling and Grain the
September 2017 issue
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Our family of milling publications

Milling and Grain is now a monthly publication available both in print (to subscribers) and on-line (for free).

Alongside the magazine we also have a family of milling publications and services, that we belive make us the strongest voice in our industry.



The Global Miller          


The Global Miller
The Global Miller is our online daily news service. We report the news from around the global industry, bringing news, insight and comment from leading industry professionals.

The International Milling and Grain Directory
The International Milling and Grain Directory is the premier resource for buyers and manufacturers world wide. Containing thousands of products, services and companies that the milling industry rely on daily, it has become the go to source of information for our industry. Available as a annual printed directory, as well as a comprehensive website and mobile application.

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Involvement with the industry

Our publications have been a part of the milling for over a century (MAG first published in 1891) and we have a believe that the only way that we can strenghten the industry and ensure its health and survival for the next hundered years is to give something back. This is why we have become actively involved in several industry conferences and expos around the world, ensuring continued development in established contries and growth and security in developing ones.

 Our conferences

CropTech FeedTech       GRAPAS Conference   


See the other events that we attend, distribute at and support here




Our ethos

We have a deep commitment to our readers and our advertisers. We believe in quality information and quality design, just as you believe in the quality of your products. And we are immensely proud of our unique heritage - Grain & Feed Milling Technology has been published since 1891, when the magazine was first published under the name Milling.

Today, our readers are located all over the world and we reflect this global scope in our features and news items. From our roots in the flour and feed mills of the British Isles, we write for a global audience on issues that span the supply chain, from the farmers who grow the cereals and other crops, to the equipment manufacturers and service suppliers who support them, and the food manufacturers and livestock farmers who buy their products.

Each issue looks at key technology developments and commodity and market trends and we report on a full cross-section of milling matters that influence the structure and efficient operation of the industry today.

We publish online and on paper, to offer our readers and advertisers the flexibility they need:



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