AFIA Feed Production Education Program
Wed. February 1| 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Room B-312
The American Feed Industry Association’s production compliance committee is hosting the annual Feed Production Education program again in 2017. As regulatory requirements for the feed industry continue to expand, this training session will update participants on recent changes from several federal agencies including DOL, DOT, EPA, FDA and OSHA. In addition, two important concerns for plant managers today is pellet quality and product segregation in bins and experts in each area will provide insight on these topics. Finally, learn more about AFIA’s new and improved Feed Facility of the Year program and the announcement of the 2016 award winner.
Welcome, Gary Huddleston, American Feed Industry Association
Regulatory Update – DOL, DOT, EPA, FDA and OSHA – What’s happening within the agencies? Christian Richter, The Policy Group and Gary Huddleston, American Feed Industry Association
Learn about the new Feed Facility of the Year benchmarking program and announcement of the 2016 Winners, Gary Huddleston, American Feed Industry Association
FSMA Readiness: What the Industry Looks Like a Year Post Rulings, Jennifer Morecraft, NSF International
Separation of Fines and Nutrients During Bulk Transport, Joe Mortiz, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Animal and Nutritional Sciences Poultry Science and Nutrition, West Virginia University
11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Advances in Pelleting Technology, Dirk Maier, Ph.D., P.E., Professor of Grain & Feed Operations & Processing, Dept. of Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering, Associate Director, Global Food Security Consortium, Iowa State University
Track: IPPE Free Educational Programs