The North Dakota Department of Agriculture will host five public meetings next week to discuss the state's grain inspection program.
The 2019 Legislature transferred the program from the Public Service Commission to the agriculture department effective July 1. The department's grain and livestock licensing division oversees the licensing and bonding of all grain elevators, facility-based grain buyers and roving grain buyers.
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“This is an opportunity for grain elevator managers, operators and others in the grain industry to learn about the transfer of the program, our inspection process and upcoming changes to the program,” Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring said. “We will also discuss the interim legislative study about grain inspection.”
Meetings are scheduled in Mandan, Devils Lake, Fargo, Dickinson and Stanley. Details and more information on the state program can be found at www.nd.gov/ndda.