IGP Institute Mission
To provide innovative and relevant education and technical programs to enhance the market preference, consumption and utilization of U.S. cereal grains, oilseeds and their value-added products for the global grain industry.
IGP Institute News
Buhler-KSU Executive Milling (English) Course
This course just wrapped up! Click here to take a look at the post-course release.
June Stakeholder News Brief
Check out our latest Stakeholder News Brief (pdf) featuring our June courses.
Upcoming Summer Courses
IGP-KSU Feed Manufacturing Course - This training covers all aspects of feed manufacturing from grain storage and pest control to feed plant design. The training is planned for July 7-10, 2015.
IGP-KSU Risk Management Course -This offering is for those interested in expanding their knowledge of marketplace challenges. The training is offered in two parts: basic and advanced, and it is scheduled for August 2-7, 2015.
Extrusion Processing: Technology and Commercialization Course - This course covers various aspects of extrusion technology, equipment and product development. It also includes a hands on session exploring the science and practice of sensory evaluation and consumer acceptance. The class is scheduled for August 11-14, 2015.
Pet Food Workshop - This workshop features experts, industry and academic speakers representing pet nutrition and processing. It can be attended as a stand-alone participation or together with the Extrusion Processing: Technology and Commercialization course. The workshop is planned for August 10, 2015.
Summer Spanish Language Offerings
Buhler-KSU Executive Milling Course - Offered in Spanish, this course covers the underlying principles of the milling process and the parameters that an be influenced by either the raw material or milling system. It also informs participants about the challenges of the operating staff and the critical control points of the mill. This training is planned for August 10-14, 2015
Buhler-KSU Flow Sheet Technology Course - This training features in-depth discussions of flow sheets and approaches for successful milling. This class is taught in Spanish and is planned for August 17-21, 2015.