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7/11/2019 12:14 PM
  
Indy

Indianapolis Plant

Please be in line at the Plant by 1:30 pm to unload corn.  This will help us get everyone unloaded by 2 pm. - thank you

July Pricing of Off the Farm Waxy is Closed.
July Pricing of Non-gmo Regular is Closed.
July Pricing of WaxiPro is Closed.

​ 2018 TRUETRACE planting records MUST be submitted before you will be permitted to deliver any new crop corn!  We are not accepting paper copies, so you must use the MyFarms system within TrueTrace section of this website.  If you have questions or need assistance, please call Brett or MyFarms Support at 260-693-7671.  


 The TRUETRACE update website link has been corrected.  Please use the link to the MyFarms system to create your vendor profile on that system.  This will be the platform that all TRUETRACE and Sustainability requirements will entered on.  .  If you need help with the new system, please contact MyFarms support at 260-693-7671

​Internet security is very important, especially amid the numerous hacks of large websites in the past year. While it is unlikely, that this site would be hacked, we feel is it imperative to take every precaution in protecting your data. Therefore, effective Monday, March 30th, Ingredion will be implementing "Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)".

Though it will require a few minutes for you to set it up when we first implement it, 2FA is minimally invasive. If you would like to know more, please open the presentation in the Forms section or refer the FAQ menu.


 
IMPORTANT BIN TESTING
This year we require a minimum of TWO bags per bin. Please consider 1 sample = 2 bags.
Label Bags from Same Bin Identically - Please send only 1 bag per Express Mail envelope
BIN Size Sample Bags Required
<50,000 bushels 2 bags
51-100,000 bushels 4 bags
101-150,000 bushels 6 bags
151-200,000 bushels 8 bags
Download and Print Additional Bin Survey Form from the Forms Tab  
 
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link before closing your browser. Otherwise, you may experience problems the next time you try to log in.

 

To Price or Schedule corn for Delivery,

Please contact Cheryl (317) 295-4136

or Rebecca (317) 295-4137

 

Unscheduled loads will be subject to Rejection.

 

7/11/2019 12:14 PM
  
Indy
Please be in line at the Plant by 1:30 pm to unload corn.  This will help us get everyone unloaded by 2 pm. - thank you

 
July Pricing of Off the Farm Waxy is Closed.
July Pricing of Non-gmo Regular is Closed.
July Pricing of WaxiPro is Closed.

​​2018 TRUETRACE planting records MUST be submitted before you will be permitted to deliver any new crop corn!  We are not accepting paper copies, so you must use the MyFarms system within TrueTrace section of this website.  If you have questions or need assistance, please call Brett or MyFarms Support at 260-693-7671.  


 

​* If you're having issues logging in with two-factor authentication (2FA), please fill out this form to let us know. **
The 2FA program is supposed to register your device and remember it for one year. We are receiving multiple reports that it isn't doing that. Please let us know if this is happening to you by filling out the above form. Thank you!

 

9/14/2018 3:30 PM
  
NKC

Your 2018 Grower Agreement is being mailed out soon.  Please sign/date and return to the North Kansas City office as soon as possible.  Upon receiving your signed agreement we will email you a copy of the signed contract.  

We apologize for the delay in getting 2018 agreements to you.  This agreement went through a legal review which took longer than expected.  Also, for 2018 we will send out hard copies only for signature so you will not be required to sign the agreement online at SellYourCorn.com for this year.   

​Please review your Name, DBA Name, Address, Phone, and Email Contact information.    

Contact our office if you have any questions.

Thanks

** If you're having issues logging in with two-factor authentication (2FA), please fill out this form to let us know. **
The 2FA program is supposed to register your device and remember it for one year. We are receiving multiple reports that it isn't doing that. Please let us know if this is happening to you by filling out the above form. Thank you!

 

​Please completely log off by clicking on the LOGOUT link before closing your browser.Otherwise, you may experience problems the next time you try to log in.

 

1/24/2018 2:43 PM
  
NKC

North Kansas City Plant

Your 2018 Grower Agreement is being mailed out soon.  Please sign/date and return to the North Kansas City office as soon as possible.  Upon receiving your signed agreement we will email you a copy of the signed contract.  

We apologize for the delay in getting 2018 agreements to you.  This agreement went through a legal review which took longer than expected.  Also, for 2018 we will send out hard copies only for signature so you will not be required to sign the agreement online at SellYourCorn.com for this year.   

​Please review your Name, DBA Name, Address, Phone, and Email Contact information.    

Contact our office if you have any questions.

Thanks​

 
 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Internet security is very important, especially amid the numerous hacks of large websites in the past year. While it is unlikely, that this site would be hacked, we feel is it imperative to take every precaution in protecting your data. Therefore, effective Monday, March 30th, Ingredion will be implementing "Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)".

Though it will require a few minutes for you to set it up when we first implement it, 2FA is minimally invasive. If you would like to know more, please open the presentation in the Forms section or refer the FAQ menu.

 
You must have a valid Email Address to log into the site. Please click on Supplier Login then click on Forgot Password option. Your new password will be forwarded to the email address in your profile. Please contact your Field Agent for further assistance.
 
Reminder: Please completely log off by clicking on the LOGOUT link before closing your browser. Otherwise, you may experience problems the next time you try to log in.

Unscheduled loads will be subject to Rejection.

7/12/2017 10:18 AM
  
NKC

 

Regional Agribusiness Contacts - North Kansas City
 
Office Hours are Monday - Friday, 8 AM to 4:30 PM
 
Brad Rischer (Field Agent)  
 
     660 562 0785 M
     816 283 1612 O  
 
Sue Friend (Commodities Administrator)
 
      816 283 1619 O
      sue.friend@ingredion.com                                     
 

Office Fax:  816-283-1655
 
 
 
 

 

3/24/2017 2:26 PM
  
Indy

Regional Agribusiness Contacts - Indianapolis 
 
Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8 AM to 4:30 PM
 
Brett Jones - Brett oversees the Contracting of the Specialty corn for the Indianpolis plant.  He also adminsters the TrueTrace Indentiy preserved program for Ingredion.

 
Office Phone:  317-295-4138
Office Fax:  317-295-4121
Email Address:  Brett.Jones@ingredion.com
 

 

Lee Paarlberg  -  Lee is the grain accountant for Indianapolis.  Lee is responsible for pricing all corn types with the corn suppliers and scheduling of all corn types into Indianapolis.
 
Office Phone:  317-295-4135
Office Fax:  317-295-4121
Email Address:  lee.paarlberg@ingredion.com

 
Cheryl McGinley  -  Cheryl is responsible Waxy and WaxiPro corn for daily corn delivery scheduling, crop pricing with growers, corn delivery ticket processing, grain settlements, corn check off payments, and vendor maintaince Indianapolis plant.
 
Office Phone:  317-295-4136; 800-752-2840
Office Fax:  317-295-4121
Email Address:  cheryl.mcginley@ingredion.com
 
Rebecca Yager -  Rebecca is responsible non-gmo Regular corn for daily corn delivery scheduling, crop pricing with growers, corn delivery ticket processing, grain settlements, and Co-product orders and scheduleing
 
Office Phone:  317-295-4137; 800-752-2840
Office Fax:  317-295-4121
Email Address:  becky.yager@ingredion.com
 
 

 

7/14/2016 8:30 AM
  
Indy, NKC

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It is our policy to use cookies in a responsible manner to help our visitors.  We use cookies to facilitate your ability to seamlessly navigate within our sites and to remember your details so you do not have to give them twice.

If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices to this site or your dealings with this site, you can contact us at nsc.webmaster@ingredion.com.

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1/31/2014 10:01 AM
  
Indy

 

Directions to the Indianapolis Plant
 
Ingredion, Incorporated
1515 Drover Street
Indianapolis, IN 46221
 

 

  1. Exit I-65 at Exit #109 (Raymond Street Exit).
  2. You can contact the Test Trailer on CB Channel 16.
  3. Go west on Raymond Street.
  4. Cross the White River.
  5. Immediately turn north (right) on the White River Parkway.
  6. If you see trucks in the lot, get in line.
    • Waxy trucks on north side of barricade
    • Regular and Amylose trucks on south side of barricade
  7. Proceed under railroad bridge to Test Trailer and Probe.
    • Waxy trucks on south side of barricade
    • Regular and Amylose trucks on north side of Test Trailer

 

 
Directions to the Indianapolis Agribusiness Office
 
Ingredion, Incorporated
Agribusiness
5521 West 74rd Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268
  1. Take I-465 on the northwest side of Indianapolis to Exit #21 (73rd Street).
  2. At the light continue straight on 73rd Street.
  3. Turn left onto Zionsville Road.
  4. Turn right on 74th Street.
  5. Make an immediate right into the first parking lot.  Ingredion has two doors facing 74th Street.  Please enter the west door and check in at the front desk.

 

12/15/2013 5:37 PM
  
Indy, NKC
Contract Terms and Conditions of Purchase:
  1. Any conditions or terms not stated herein are to be governed by National Grain & Feed Association trade rules.
  2. The grain referenced in this contract applies to yellow dent corn.  Ingredion U.S. scale​ and discounts in effect at time of delivery will apply.
  3. Chemical treatment of the corn is only approved in accordance to USDA fumigation standards.
  4. The seller guarantees the vehicle delivering corn has not previously hauled prohibitive materials as documented by Ingredion "Acceptable Agri-Products Back Haul" document # USCN-QA-L-001.
  5. All grain shipped and applied to this contract guaranteed cool, sweet, and merchantable and fit for human consumption in both U.S. & Canada, as well as meeting all other contractual quality specifications, at time of delivery to Ingredion.
  6. Grain applied to this contract shall be produced in accordance with all applicable laws and shall not contain non-EU approved genetic traits, which include but are not limited to Enogen, Agrisure Viptera, and Monsanto/Dow Agrosciences Smartstax.
  7. Max 20 ppb aflatoxin, 1 ppm vomitoxin and as further defined by the FDA/USDA.
  8. Payment made via wire transfer, ACH, or check upon receipt of all required documents including but not limited to original signed bill of lading, weight and grade certificates, and invoice.
  9. Unless otherwise specified, the term "inspection" shall mean, "Class A" official inspection in accordance with National Grain & Feed Association trade rules, weights to govern purchase shall be specified in contract.
  10. Seller warrants that grain specified in this contract is free and clear of any and all liens and seller has good title thereto.
  11. On delivered contracts any increase in freight rates prior to fulfillment of the contract shall be for the seller's account.  Cars must be loaded to conform to minimum weight restrictions or seller will allow railroad freight penalties.
  12. Buyer shall not be liable for prevention or delay in performance on contract due to, but not limited to, strikes, fires, floods, acts of God, embargoes, wars shortages of transportation equipment, labor disputes, etc.
  13. Buyer reserves the right to cancel, extend delivery time (with 24 hours prior notice) or buy-in grain for contracted destination at buyers' option, any balance not delivered within delivery period.  Any loss resulting from aforementioned action to be paid by seller.
  14. Buyer reserves the right to price basis trades (by requested date of shipment) within the day's futures price range either by: (a) buying futures for sellers' account in the futures trading pit, or (b) giving up futures versus cash from buyer's position.
  15. The terms and conditions of this contract are binding and may not be changed or altered in any way except with the written consent of the buyer or authorized agent.
  16. Please sign and return contract confirmation to us immediately.​​
10/3/2012 10:26 AM
  
Indy, NKC

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10/2/2012 1:17 PM
  
Indy, NKC

 

Ingredion Agribusiness manages the supply of corn and the sale of byproducts for the North American starch plants.
 
Over 90% of Ingredion's corn supply is contract production with area farmers.  Ingredion uses over five different corn types such as waxy, high extractable starch dent, and high amylose varieties.
 
Ingredion corn suppliers are corn producers who consistently delivery above average corn quality.  They also track production, varieties planted and crop management data as part of their contracts with Ingredion.
 
Since Ingredion operates seven days a week, 24 hours a day, on farm storage is an important aspect of bein an Ingredion corn supplier.  Low temperature drying, and the ability to segregate different corn types is also very important.
 
Ingredion also produces wet milling byproducts for the feed industry.  These products include corn gluten feed (wet and dry), corn germ, steep water, and corn gluten meal.  These products are available from various locations by truck and railcar.
 
Ingredion can be found in every aspect of your life.
 
Our products serve to adhere, bind, thicken, protect, strengthen and texturize.  We are in the food you eat, the computers you use, the paper on which you write, the floors on which you walk and the vehicles in which you travel.  We are in your furniture, skin lotions, hair care products and the casing materials in which all these goods are packaged.
The products we make are not easily recognized by the average consumer because over 95% of our outpus is in essence, material used by our customers as vital ingredients in their finished products.
From corn hybrids to hybrid electronic circuits, from cartons to cars, from health care to hair care, from bottle labels to kitchen tables, virtually every industry makes use of Ingredion's technology and products.  Unless you fully explore a manufacturer's process, the role Ingredion plays is not always readily apparent.
 
The function of an Ingredion product in finished goods can be as subtle as the smooth texture of a cream pie or as substantial as adhesives that hold a garage door together.
 
The product can be as obvious as the visible lines of glue that seal a shipping case or as delicate as the silky feel of hand cream.  It's the binder that unites the fibers in a nonwoven fabric, or it's the smooth surface of printing papers.​
 

10/2/2012 1:17 PM
  
Indy, NKC

Statement on Genetically Modified Organisms (“GMO”)
 
 
The following information is provided to support the efforts of our customers to develop and implement an appropriate labeling strategy for products containing Ingredion Incorporated ingredients or additives. In all respects, the ultimate decision on how to identify and label ingredients or additives on food packages remains with our customers.
 
Ingredion and its affiliated companies produce non-GMO and other identity-preserved (“IP”) products derived from corn, oats, stevia, and tapioca/yucca/manioc roots. Customers should contact their local Ingredion customer service representative for information on our IP and non-GMO products and ingredients.
 
With regard to non-identity preserved products, Ingredion’s objective is to produce ingredients that satisfy agreed-upon customer requirements and expectations for quality and that conform with local regulatory requirements. The Company expects its suppliers to use their best efforts to deliver raw materials that have no local regulatory, sales or usage restrictions.
 
As related specifically to the manufacture of high fructose corn syrup, Ingredion supports the position of the Corn Refiners Association, Inc. regarding the use of transgenic varieties.
 
 
“ Many beverages use high fructose corn syrup as a sweetener. While the corn used to produce this sweetener may be derived from genetically enhanced varieties, processing of highly refined food ingredients such as high fructose corn syrup removes DNA used to transfer desirable agricultural properties to corn. During HFCS production, DNA is denatured, degraded or removed through successive processing steps including physical separation, heating, purification and filtration. We have reviewed both published literature documenting this process, as well as analyses conducted using today’s most sophisticated detection and quantification procedures. Both literature and current testing indicate that corn DNA cannot be detected in measurable amounts in HFCS. ”
 
– Corn Refiners Association, Inc.

Like high fructose corn syrup, other sweeteners including dextrose, glucose, corn syrups, glucose solids and maltodextrin, are highly refined food ingredients made by hydrolysis of the starch fraction of corn. Each goes through several processing stages that denature, degrade and remove DNA. For this reason, we believe that, as with high fructose corn syrup, corn DNA is not detectable in measurable amounts in dextrose, glucose, glucose solids or maltodextrin.
 
Note: Nothing herein is intended as legal or regulatory advice, nor should you rely on the information contained in this statement, which is presented solely for your independent consideration, review and verification. The information is presented in good faith as of the date set forth herein, and Ingredion Incorporated assumes no obligation to update this position statement. Ingredion Incorporated makes no representations or warranties, and shall have no liability, regarding this statement or your use of the information contained herein.
 
June 1, 2012

10/2/2012 1:16 PM
  
NKC

Directions to the North Kansas City (NKC) PLant
 
The NKC plant is easy to find, located just West of I-29 off Bedford Ave just before you cross the Missouri River going South on Interstate 29.
 

  1. South on Interstate 29 to the Levee Road exit.
  2. At the exit, circle under the Interstate to your left.
  3. Take the first left after passing the on-ramp to I-29 North.  This will be Macon Street.
  4. Follow Macon St. north for about three blocks to the stop sign.
  5. At the stop sign, turn left on Bedford Ave.
  6. Follow Bedford Ave. for about four blocks, Ingredion's entrance is on your left.  DO NOT CROSS THE RAIL CROSSING WITH MULTIPLE TRACKS.

On approaching the entrance to the scale area:
 
If there is a line at the scale - proceed directly west into the truck stagin area.  Pull on the scales when instructed to.
 
After pulling on the scales, enter the guard station and identify whose corn you are hauling, the corn type, and follow the instructions from the security guard regarding plant safety procedures and routes.
 
At the Grade Station:
 
Pullunder the probe and allow the graders to sample your truck.
 
After your truck sample has been screened, you will be told to proceed or return to the security station at the scales.
 
The security station monitors Channel 14 on your CB radio, if you need to contact them for directions or if problems arise while you are in the plant area.

10/2/2012 1:14 PM
  
Indy, NKC

 

Corn Specifications
 
Ingredion designs and manufactures starches for a variety of applciations and industries.  Ingredion prides itself on first time quality and supplying our customers with the best quality products for their success.
 
Ingredion's corn suppliers are the first step in enabling quality throughout the design and manufacturing process.  Corn purity and production standards are critical elements of Ingredion's quality programs.
 
Any contamination applies to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, cannot be accepted for delivery at any Ingredion facility.  This would include corn contaminated with >20 pph aflatoxin or biotech events not approved by the FDA for human consumption such as StarLink.
 
For a specific list of corn specifications, please refer to your contract or contact the Agribusiness offices.
 
Waxy Corn
  1. All waxy corn deliverd to Ingredion must be a minimum 95% waxy purity.
  2. All waxy corn must be grades 1-3 at destination.
  3. Moisture standard is 15%
  4. Not more than 1% contamination with amylose corn.
  5. Standard discounts for moisture, test weight, insects, FM, sour grain and heat damage.
  6. All waxy corn deliverd to Ingredion must be dried with kernel temperatures below 130F degrees.
Regular Corn
  1. All regular corn deliverd to  Ingredion must be grades 1-3 at destination.
  2. Standard discounts for moisture, test weight, insects, FM, sour grain and heat damage.
  3. All regular corn delivered to Ingredion cannot exceed 5% waxy contamination, or with any other type of corn.  Amylose contamination cannot exceed 1%.
  4. Moisture is 15%.