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The Grain Inspection Program provides sampling, weighing, quality testing, grade inspection, and phytosanitary services for grains and commodities following USDA and/or WSDA regulations. These services are available to the grain and commodity trade, end users, and other interested parties on request, 24 hours per day, seven days per week by contacting grain inspection program offices in Seattle, Tacoma, Tumwater, Kalama, Vancouver, Pasco, Spokane or Colfax. Contact Program Staff. The program provides unbiased, third-party services under a USDA, Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA) official delegation of authority and is entirely funded by fees for service.
NEW! Grain Inspection Program in Action The WSDA Grain Inspection Program provides grain inspection and certification services at facilities across Washington, verifying and certifying the condition of Washington and other regional grains and commodities - an essential documentation process for large-scale trade in domestic and international markets. Services are available 24 hours per day, and are entirely funded by fees for service.
Grain Inspection Management System
Grain Fee Schedule
APHIS Implements Administrative Fees
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