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1. Happy Holidays from AFIA & IFEEDER!
Tags: Holidays
By AFIA Editor
2. Thankful for Animal Ag

Thanksgiving is much more than turkey, football games and naps on the couch (anyone else?) – it’s right in the name, giving thanks. As you sit around the dinner table, take a hard look at your plate. For your Thanksgiving turkey to make it to the table, farmers grew the corn and soybeans used in turkey feed, equipment manufacturers produced the machines used to process the ingredients, feed manufacturers mixed and made safe and nutritious feed, farmers raised and cared for the birds, and then meat processors prepped and readied them for the grocery store. 

Tags: Supporting local communities, Turkey, Holidays
By Lacie Dotterweich
3. Your Favorite Blog Posts of 2020

For the most part, 2020 is not a year most people will look back on favorably (I know I won't). It turned the world upside down and brought all of our everyday lives to a screeching halt. However, one thing that I will look back on with fond thoughts is that our AFIA Feed Bites blog turned one year old. 

Tags: Holidays
By Lacie Dotterweich
4. Happy Holidays From AFIA & IFEEDER!

Happy Holidays from the American Feed Industry Association and the Institute for Feed Education and Research! Please note that the AFIA's offices will be closed Dec. 23 - Jan. 1, 2021.

Tags: Holidays
By AFIA Editor
5. AFIA Thanks Our Members

We know it’s been a challenging year, which is why the American Feed Industry Association staff are more thankful for our members than ever. To show our gratitude, several staff members got together and created a fun video.

Tags: Holidays
By Lacie Dotterweich
6. Our Favorite Halloween-Themed Feed Facts

Halloween is one of my all-time favorite holidays. I love everything about it – the candy, costumes, scary stories, haunted houses – you name it. And since making Feed Facts are one of my favorite things to do for my job, I thought I ought to combine them and make some fun Halloween Feed Facts. I hope you enjoy these graphics and if you would like to share them on social media, you can click to download them. Happy Halloween from the American Feed Industry Association!

Tags: Holidays, Pets, Ingredients, Animal nutrition
By Lacie Dotterweich
7. Behind the Bacon: Making Sustainability a Focus in Pork Production

Animal agriculture is taking sustainability seriously and is making great strides in reducing its footprint and taking care of animals. To commemorate National Pork Month, or Porktober, as it’s affectionately known as, I would like to share how this important sector of the agricultural industry is committing itself to taking care of both animals and our planet.

Tags: Pigs, Environmental footprint, Holidays
By Lacie Dotterweich
8. Feeding Equine Champions, AFIA Members Do it All!

In some parts of the country, the air is starting to turn crisp and has taken on a decidedly fall-like feel – not weather we normally associate with the Kentucky Derby. But in 2020, we have learned to accept the good things that come our way, no matter how strange the timing. For the trainers and owners of horses heading to the post at Churchill Downs this Saturday, Sept. 5, many things have changed over the last five months, but the training regimens and diets provided to the horses preparing for the Run for the Roses still include the carefully crafted routines and ingredients essential to the development of equine superstars.

Tags: Equine, Animal nutrition, Holidays
By Louise Calderwood
9. AFIA Members Are Safe + Sound At Work
Tags: Worker safety, Holidays
By Lacie Dotterweich
10. From the Kitchen of AFIA: National Grilling Month

Is there any better cooking device than the grill? I don’t think I could be convinced otherwise. You can cook anything on the grill! Burgers, chicken, vegetables, fruit, beans – even pizza. As a grilled-meat lover, I can’t wait until the weather warms up enough to fire up the grill. So, when I learned that July is National Grilling Month, I thought we had better take the opportunity to commemorate the occasion and thank all of the feed manufacturers, farmers and ranchers who make summer dinners on the grill possible.

Tags: Holidays, Our role in ag
By Lacie Dotterweich

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