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IPG Testing

Grain Composition Quality & Processing Characteristics

Develop and validate the ideal performance characteristics, chemistry composition and processing methods of your niche-market grains with Illinois Crop Improvement’s dynamic Identity Preserved Grain (IPG) Lab services. Whether you’re breeding or growing for dry milling, wet milling, oilseed crushing, feed production or any number of other specialty applications, Illinois Crop has the expertise to support you in the optimization of your systems and results.

Crops & Kinds  

and more

IPG Test Functions

Food-Grade Bundles
Ethanol Fermentation Yield
Nitrogen Solubility Index
Protein, Oil, Fiber, Moisture
Extractable Starch
and more

Identity Preserved Grain Laboratory Staff

 Bev Ryan
IPG Lab Supervisor

Bev Ryan joined Illinois Crop Improvement in the summer of 2022. She started as a Technician and Field Inspector in the field services department before accepting the IPG Lab Supervisor position in 2023. Bev is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the IPG Lab, including personnel and equipment management, as well as scheduling and performance of tests. Bev Graduated in 2022 with a degree in environmental science and a minor in biology from Illinois Wesleyan University and has experience in seed trait and non-GMO testing.