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.
The American Feed Industry Association honored Charles Olentine, Ph.D., owner and president of Consult-NC, with its Distinguished Service Award in recognition of his lifelong service to the industry. AFIA’s Board of Directors presented the award May 15 in Arlington, Va.
The American Feed Industry Association honored Fred Fairchild with the AFIA-Kansas State University Feed Manufacturing Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the feed industry through business and education. AFIA President and CEO Joel G. Newman presented the award to Fairchild at AFIA’s Board of Directors dinner May 15 in Arlington, Va.
The American Feed Industry Association has opened registration for a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual for Animal Food training. The course, being held July 24-26 at the Inn at Opryland in Nashville, Tenn., is one way to meet the requirements for a preventive controls qualified individual (PCQI).