We’re excited to announce the Animal Agriculture Alliance’s 2023 Stakeholders Summit, set for May 4-5 in Arlington, Virginia, will be themed “Partners in Progress: Building a Sustainable Future for Animal Ag!"
The 25th annual Food Safety Summit is the industry's premier event connecting food safety professionals throughout the supply chain with timely, actionable information and practical solutions to improve food safety! Learn about the most recent outbreaks, contaminants, and regulations from leading subject matter experts. Evaluate the most effective solutions with interactive exhibits from leading suppliers. Connect and network with a community of food safety professionals throughout the supply chain.
The American Feed Industry Association is hosting a Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance Preventive Controls (FSPCA) for Animal Food training. Attendees will receive a FSPCA PCQI certificate after completion of the course.
The training was developed by the FSPCA and is the “standardized curriculum” the Food and Drug Administration recognizes as adequate for PCQI training. Successfully completing this course is one way to meet the requirements for a PCQI.
Planned and hosted by AFIA's Liquid Feed Committee, this is the only event nationwide that focuses on the liquid feed industry, from current issues to growth to education and development. The event has been running for more than 45 years and is designed to educate and promote all segments of the liquid feed industry, including manufacturers, nutritionists, equipment manufacturers, sales and marketing, and additional industry support companies. Typically, the symposium also inducts someone into the Liquid Feed Hall of Fame and administers the Kenny Berg Research and Education fund, which is housed within IFEEDER. Members can also see the liquid feed handbook and past LFS proceedings on the member website.
This annual event, planned and hosted by AFIA’s Equipment Manufacturers Committee, focuses on updating the equipment sector of the feed industry on current issues and trends, providing an environment for learning from educational speakers and industry leaders, and brings the industry together to network. Conference attendees include equipment manufacturers, equipment installers, contractors and users of the equipment from the feed manufacturing sector.