IGP-KSU Offers Feed Manufacturing Course
Offering will be held in Manhattan, KS, from June 18-21, 2019
The Department of Grain Science and Industry at Kansas State University (KSU), in partnership with industry associations, is holding its Feed Manufacturing course in Manhattan, KS, from June 18-21, 2019.
These courses are taught by a unique blend of individuals from Kansas State University and within the feed and allied industries to provide in-depth training on all aspects associated with feed manufacturing.
The Feed Manufacturing course explores, in detail, the major elements of modern feed manufacturing and examines advances in feed technology.
- Grain storage and pest control
- Particle Size Reduction
- Batching and mixing
- Extrusion, drying and cooling
- Effect of feed processing on animal nutrition
- Pelleting, cooling and crumbling
- Feed and ingredient handling
- Feed plant design
- Energy conservation in the feed mill
- Steam generation systems
- Molds and mycotoxins
This is an interactive course provides participants with an in-depth understanding of the specifics of modern feed processing. Therefore, it is an excellent opportunity for feed mill owners, managers, supervisors, operators, merchandisers, equipment manufacturers, maintenance personnel, and managers of livestock and poultry facilities.
Course Fee: $1,200; Graduate Student Fee: $950
This fee will cover the course materials and other expenses, including daily transportation from official hotel to IGP, group luncheons, coffee breaks, and closing ceremony IGP Feed Manufacturing Course Location: Manhattan, Kansas • Date: June 18–21, 2019 banquet. This fee does not cover the cost of hotel, transportation to Manhattan, Kan., dinners or other incidental costs.