Submitted grain sample inspections
How to request an inspection
Grain producers and grain companies can send unofficial grain samples for inspection. Grain samples are unofficial unless they are taken by a Canadian Grain Commission representative or other Canadian Grain Commission-authorized sample collection party. To submit an unofficial grain sample for inspection, download the form to request a submitted sample inspection and complete sections A, C, D, E and F. Include your payment information on the form.
- Form to request Western inspection services (PDF – 175 KB)
- Form to request Eastern inspection services (PDF – 175 KB)
To submit a grain sample for inspection through the Certified Container Sampling Program or the Accredited Container Sampler Program, download and complete the appropriate form.
- Certified Container Sampling Program sample submission form (PDF – 97 KB)
- Accredited Container Sampler Program sample submission form (PDF – 97 KB)
Send your sample and completed form by mail or courier to the nearest Canadian Grain Commission office. You may also bring your sample to a Canadian Grain Commission service centre or regional office.
There is a fee for this service. Additional fees may apply for analytical services. The Canadian Grain Commission will send an invoice to companies submitting samples through the Certified Container Sampling Program or Accredited Container Sampler Program.
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