Kansas Department of Agriculture


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Serving the State’s Largest Industry.

About Us

A primary duty of the Kansas Department of Agriculture's Dairy Inspection program is to promote the production and sale of quality dairy products in Kansas. Milk haulers are an important link between the milk producer and the milk plant. Milk haulers judge whether milk is acceptable before it leaves the farm, and they measure the amount of milk they deposit into their hauling tanks. A milk hauler's sampling techniques are very important because that sample is used to determine the quality and composition of the milk in the tank, which can influence the price paid to the dairy producer. The Dairy Inspection program ensures that milk haulers know what to do and how to do it, and that haulers take time to carry out these duties at each pickup location. If procedures are not strictly followed, it could cause economic loss to either the milk producer or the milk plant.

Training Steps

  • Register for Training
  • There is no fee for the training
  • Watch the training modules
  • Complete the quizzes for each section you are required to complete
  • Print your certificate of completion
  • Contact KDA Dairy and Feed Safety Program to schedule your in person meeting with an inspector to complete the process.
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Contact Us

For questions on Milk Hauler Certification contact KDA
(Call): (785) 564-6700
or
(E-mail):kda.dairyhaulertest@ks.gov

For tech support, contact BCI:
(Call): (785) 564-7459
or
(E-mail):bci@ksu.edu

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