From the farm, the wheat is delivered to the storage facility of the farm. Where it is dried and cleaned of debris. After some time, the wheat is delivered to the grain elevator – huge facilities where grain is divided into grades, undergoes further drying process, treated, and prepared for long storage. When the wheat is sold it is loaded in railway carriages and is taken to the seaport. Seaports usually have grain terminals with grain elevators. The wheat is delivered to the grain elevator in the port and put in storage until the time to load in the ship. The ship delivers the wheat to the port of unloading and the procedure goes vice versa.