February 11, 2019

Introductory flour milling course hosted for Cargill at IGP Institute

Offering a custom training course to selected industries, Cargill sponsored eight employees to join the Kansas State University IGP Institute for an introductory flour milling training course. These participants were given an overview of the entire flour milling process to help them understand wheat impacts to the milling industry.
IGP–KSU Flour Milling for Cargill course participants use the table top equipment at Shellenberger Hall to understand the milling process flow.
Image credit: IGP KSU

The IGP–KSU Introduction to Flour Milling for Cargill course was hosted from February 4–8, 2019. The participants varied in their respected titles including product line managers, global wheat analysts, merchant leaders, logistics coordinators, elevator operators and production supervisors.

This course was conducted through a combination of lectures taught by Kansas State faculty at the IGP Institute, a visit to the Kansas Wheat Innovation Centre, and hands-on trainings in the Hal Ross Flour Mill and the Shellenberger Hall Baking and Milling Labs.

Read the full article on the Milling and Grain website, HERE.

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