Grain Inspection Services
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Jefferson City Central Office

(573) 751-5515
P.O. Box 630
Jefferson City, MO 65102

Ken Henderson, Division Director
Erin Casey-Campbell, Program Administrator
Rob Johnson, Operations Coordinator
Chelsea Magers, Administrative Professional

The Jefferson City office serves as the center for GIS’s general operations, but inspection services are not performed at this location.

Marshall Service Point

(660) 886-5549
1324 Santa Fe Trail
Marshall, MO 65340

Chris Lunsford, Service Point Manager
David Niederjohn, Assistant Service Point Manager
Kim Deal, Administrative Professional
Doug Riley, Agency Quality Assurance Specialist

The Marshall Grain Inspection office serves Central and Northeast Missouri. With over two dozen employees, the Marshall team frequently services several rail and barge customers - as far east as the Mississippi River, and west to Odessa. This office leads the state with specialized laboratory testing such as falling number, protein and oil, and mycotoxin testing.

New Madrid Service Point

(573) 748-5526
7960 U.S. Highway 61
Building B New Madrid, MO 63869

Mike Leonard, Service Point Manager
Derek Duncan, Assistant Service Point Manager
Katy Hart, Administrative Professional
Dusty Stone, Quality Assurance Specialist

The New Madrid Grain Inspection office serves Southeast Missouri. Suitably located near the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, this office specializes in barge inspections. The New Madrid team also leads the state in the diversity of inspected commodities – standardized grain, rice, and peanuts.

St. Joseph Service Point

(816) 238-5658
401 Illinois Avenue
St. Joseph, MO 64504

Chuck Vaughn, Service Point Manager
Joe Trapp, Assistant Service Point Manager
Robyn Rogers, Administrative Professional
Tom Lauber, Quality Assurance Specialist

The St. Joseph Grain Inspection office serves Northwest & Western Missouri. With nearly two dozen employees, the St. Joseph team frequently services several rail, truck, container and other bulk loading facilities. The St. Joseph office leads the state in container inspections, and also operates a satellite lab in the Kansas City area to more efficiently serve customers in that area.