Kansas Grain and Feed Association and Kansas Grain Inspection Service will provide grain grading schools at six locations. The one-day hands-on workshops feature the latest information on grain quality.

The grain grading seminars will address and display many different grain samples for corn, wheat, soybeans and sorghum, as well as how to obtain a representative sample of each. Participants will learn the official U.S. grades and how to recognize grain damage factors.

Classes and locations:

 Feb. 19 – Topeka, Propane Marketers, 540 NW Broad St.

 Feb. 20 – Wichita, Sedgwick County Extension, 7001 W. 21st St. North.

 Feb. 21 – Parsons, Commercial Bank, 1901 Main St.

 March 5 – Colby, City Limits Center, 2227 S. Range Ave.

 March 6 – Dodge City, Knights of Columbus, 800 W. Frontview St.

 March 7 – Salina, Vortex Valves, 1725 Vortex Ave.

 April 17 – Sidney, Neb., Country Inn and Suites, 664 Chase Ave.

While pre-registration is encouraged, walk-ins are welcome. Contact Samantha Tenpenny for more information at 785-234-0461 or samantha@kansasag.org.

While transitioning to a new website in 2019, fill out a registration form and return to Kansas Grain and Feed Association via email (lisa@kansasag.org), fax 785-234-2930 or call 785-234-0461.

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