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680+ domestic and international members, representing the total feed industry. Producing 75% of all the feed and 70% of all the non-grain ingredients used in the U.S.

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Upcoming Events

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Jan. 28-30, 2020

International Production & Processing Expo
Georgia World Congress Center
Atlanta, GA

 

Jan. 28, 2020

Pet Food Conference
Georgia World Congress Center
Atlanta, GA

 
 

Feb. 11-Mar. 17, 2020

AFIA/KSU 500: Fundamentals of Feed Manufacturing
Online Course

 
 
 

Mar. 17-19, 2020

Purchasing & Ingredient Suppliers Conferece 
Hyatt Regency
Seattle, WA

 
 

June 8-11, 2020

Feed Industry Institute
Hyatt Regency
Milwaukee, WI

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USMCA is a Big Win for the U.S. Animal Food Industry

USMCA is a Big Win for the U.S. Animal Food Industry

January 16, 2020
By: Sarah Novak, Vice President of Membership and Public Relations

The American Feed Industry Association congratulates and thanks Congress on the long-awaited passage of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The U.S. animal food manufacturing industry depends on the free-trade access it enjoys with Canada and Mexico, which has allowed exports of feed ingredients, feed and pet food to more than quadruple since the North American Free Trade Agreement’s (NAFTA) implementation, growing from roughly $669 million in 1993 to over $3.2 billion today.

Animal Food Industry Applauds Phase One Trade Agreement with China

Animal Food Industry Applauds Phase One Trade Agreement with China

January 15, 2020
By: Sarah Novak, Vice President of Membership and Public Relations

The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) commends and congratulates the administration on the signing of a historic phase one trade agreement with China. The U.S. animal food manufacturing industry faces a number of challenges in this market, including those which have restricted any new U.S. feed additive and premix products to be exported to China since 2011 and those which restrict U.S. feed products with ruminant-origin ingredients and a number of poultry-derived ingredients. This agreement directly addresses these constraints by streamlining and facilitating a facility registration process for feed additives, premixes and compound feed, as well as lifting the poultry and ruminant ban for animal food products. AFIA looks forward to working with industry and the appropriate U.S. government agencies to facilitate implementation.

AFIA Efforts Secure Additional Funding for CVM Ingredient Approvals

AFIA Efforts Secure Additional Funding for CVM Ingredient Approvals

December 20, 2019
By: Sarah Novak, Vice President of Membership and Public Relations

The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) applauds the passage of bipartisan legislation to fund the federal government for the remainder of the 2020 fiscal year. The legislation, expected to be signed into law by President Trump today, not only averts a midnight deadline to shut down the government, but also achieves a very important AFIA policy priority to increase funding for animal food ingredient approvals.

ONLINE BUYERS’ GUIDE

AFIA has an Online Buyers’ Guide for members and the public to use to search for feed, pet food, ingredients and equipment.
This is the go-to resource for those within the industry looking to buy products.

AFIA Online Buyers' Guide

Our Four Promises

 
Voice

Voice

You will have a voice.

 
Representation

Representation

You will be represented on Capitol Hill and before regulators.

 
Expertise

Expertise

You will receive help from experts on critical issues.

 
Engagement

Engagement

You will be provided educational and networking opportunities.

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