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 2017 Year in Review
As a global leader in grain industry education, the IGP Institute professional team continually evaluates its curriculum and adapts to meet the training needs of its partners and participants. These trainings are offered on-site and via distance. To date in 2017, the IGP Institute has offered 74 courses for 1,494 participants for grain industry professionals from around the world.
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GEAPS/K-State HOT: Hands-On Training Program
The first-ever GEAPS/K-State HOT: Hands-On Training Program was a huge success with participants from twelve different states attending. Participants were able to get 15 total hours of direct contact training and more than 20 hours of overall training in the course.
U.S. Soybean Council Sponsors Feed and Swine Nutrition Training
USSEC and the IGP Institute team up to provide a training course in feed and swine nutrition for Japanese participants.
Topics in the course covered a variety of technical aspects in both the grain and swine industries. These topics included protein and amino acid concepts in swine feeding focused on SBM, nutritional differences between SBM sources, nutrition requirements in swine and inclusion of SBM, quality control on a feed mill, batching and mixing, and particle size reduction and pelleting process for swine feed production.