A. Records showing the total amount of grain bought, received, exchanged, or stored in the dealer's grain business shall be kept at each place of business or at one central location within the boundaries of the State. If records are stored at one central location from more than one location, it shall be noted at each location the central location and the date the transfer of records occurred.
B. Records of grain transactions shall be kept for 3 years.
C. Grain records shall be available to the Secretary upon request. If not, the Secretary may take action as provided by Regulation .10 of this chapter.