STATEMENT REGARDING COVID-19

KDA offices are open to the public, with the following practices in place to protect the health of staff and visitors. 

  • All staff and visitors are required to wear face coverings in public areas of the building.
  • Social distancing should be maintained while in the building.
  • Many meetings continue to be held as online meetings or conference calls.

Grain Warehouse Program

The Grain Warehouse Inspection program administers and enforces the Kansas Public Warehouse Law relating to grain storage. It requires that any entity that stores grain for the public be licensed by either the state or federal government. It ensures that Kansas grain producers have safe, solvent warehouses where they may store their commodities. To achieve this, the program examines state-licensed facilities at least once each year. More examinations are made on licensed facilities that meet only the minimum financial requirements.

A licensed elevator, with the approval of the Grain Warehouse Inspection program, may move open stored grain to another licensed, bonded terminal elevator.  This allows smaller facilities to free up bin space for the next harvest.  Also, with approval from the program, licensed facilities may use emergency or conditional storage space during harvest when storage space is in short supply.  This allows the elevator to better serve Kansas crop producers.

Examinations help: 

  • Eliminate fraud in the grain industry.
  • Ensure the quantity of stored commodities in Kansas licensed warehouses.
  • Maintain the percentage of loss to producers at zero.

 

To file a complaint please fill out our online complaint form.