International Grains Program

Description:

K-State's International Grains Program is designed to educate foreign business leaders and government officials about U.S. grains and oilseeds through technical-training and assistance programs in storage and handling, milling, marketing.
 
IGP's mission is to provide technical assistance in promoting and exporting cereal grains and oilseeds and to assist with market-development efforts.
 International Grains Program
As part of the Kansas State University's Department of Grain Science and Industry, IGP achieves its mission through technical-training and assistance programs in storage and handling, milling, marketing and processing. These programs are targeted at international flour and feed millers, international grain buyers, overseas governmental officials and other public and private-sector parties involved in grain procurement and/or use. IGP activities also extend beyond short courses to working with trade teams and visitors and facilitating overseas technical assistance.

Offering:

Ongoing

Contact:

igp@k-state.edu

Website:

grains.k-state.edu/igp/

Program Partners:

AIB
Kansas Corn Commission
Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission
Kansas Soybean Commission
Kansas Wheat Commission
U.S. Grains Council
U.S. Wheat Associates
United States Soybean Export Council

Institutional Impact Area(s):

Public Health, Business and Economic Development, Technology Transfer and Development, International Trade or Commodity exports

Audience:

Business professionals and executives in feed manufacturing, grain processing, flour milling, grain storage and grain marketing