The American Feed Industry Association held its biennial Feed Industry Institute this week in St. Louis, Mo. The conference brought together more than 130 individuals in the industry to learn the basics of the animal food manufacturing process, from the types of foods used to the animals fed to federal policies that shape the output of the industry and more.
The American Feed Industry Association is now accepting applications for the 2018 Feed Facility of the Year (FFY) program. Sponsored by AFIA and Feedstuffs, the FFY program is designed to be a world-class benchmarking program for the animal food industry. It recognizes overall excellence in feed manufacturing operations, emphasizing safety, quality, regulatory compliance, employee development and overall operating efficiencies.
The American Feed Industry Association’s Board of Directors met May 15-16 for its annual spring meeting in the nation’s capital, where they elected a new chair and several Board and Executive Committee members, discussed priority issues impacting the animal food industry with their legislators and conducted other official business.