Direct operations of a number of grain and feed mills.
What does a Milling General Superintendent do?
Directs operations of number of grain and feed mills under one establishment: Estimates operating time of each mill to produce various kinds of grain or feed products, basing estimates on experience, sales records, and anticipated need of stock. Prepares comparative data for each mill and type of product, and issues orders to each MILLER SUPERVISOR concerning his particular mill. Plans new mills, selects milling machinery, and ensures that machinery is installed according to specifications. May supervise workers engaged in changing existing mills to improve production.