The students began the tour by observing Baker's large grain holdings facilities and equipment used for drying large quantities of corn. They then had a tour of the potting mix and sugar cane mulch packaging plant.
Students were also able to see Clover and Lucerne seed ready for harvest and discussed the importance of bee hives in the seeds production.
At the end of the tour, they saw equipment set up for the drilling of a bore - which was very exciting!
Students commented that they really enjoyed observing the complexities of such diverse intensive farming operation, and loved seeing where their "cor flakes come from".