Liquid Feed


Sept. 12-14, 2023, Hyatt Regency Louisville | Louisville, KY

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Liquid Feed Hall of Fame  

The Liquid Feed Committee developed the Liquid Feed Hall of Fame award in 2003 to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the science and growth of the liquid feed industry. Individuals bestowed with this honor include the founders of this industry sector, which has its roots in more recent decades. Please click here to view past honorees. 

Nominators will be required to submit the following:

  • Nominee's company affiliation/institution and title 
  • List any major contributions the nominee has made to the liquid feed industry (research papers, articles, inventions, etc.)
  • Submit a testimonial (200 words or less)

If you would like to nominate a member for the Hall of Fame award, please submit a completed Hall of Fame 2023 Nomination Form to Paul Davis, Ph.D., AFIA's director of quality, animal food safety and education, at pdavis@afia.orgNominations will be accepted until Friday, July 28.

Kenny Berg Research and Education Fund

The AFIA’s Kenny Berg Research and Education Fund financially supports funding of research, education and promotions for the further development of the liquid feed industry. Research data generated from this program significantly promotes the growth of the industry. The Liquid Feed Research and Education Fund has contributed over $120,000 towards research projects since its inception. All presidents’ club, executive club and pacesetter club contributions go directly to this fund and contributors are recognized at the annual Liquid Feed Symposium.

Available levels and options can be found here. Pledge card is available here. For more information, contact Lara Moody, Institute for Feed Education and Research (IFEEDER) executive director. 

"Not So Silent" Live Auction 

In 2022, the live auction raised a record-breaking $17,100 for the Kenny Berg Research and Education Fund. This fund, managed by IFEEDER, AFIA’s public charity, supports feed industry-specific projects conducted by land-grant universities. For more information, contact Paul Davis, Ph.D., or (703) 650-0146.



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SARAH NOVAK    (703) 558-3574     SNOVAK@AFIA.ORG

Contact Sarah, chief operating officer, for information on membership opportunities.

PAUL DAVIS, PH.D.     (703) 650-0146    PDAVIS@AFIA.ORG

Contact Paul, director of quality, animal food safety and education, for any questions regarding conference agenda and event expectations.


Contact Daisy, manager of meetings and events, for any questions regarding registration, payment, and invoicing.


Contact Lynette, manager of meetings and sponsorships, for any questions regarding sponsorships, agenda, and event expectations.