AFIA said that Feedsearch, which was first introduced over a decade ago, serves as a database for companies listed in the AFIA membership directory, which is only available to members. The website, open to all, has become a significant buying and selling resource for the feed industry, averaging over 20,000 unique visits every month. With the redesign, AFIA hopes to further increase traffic to the site while offering a valuable tool.
As one of the most comprehensive, searchable online databases, Feedsearch’s purpose is to provide the industry with a brand-based database that is affordable, content-rich, up-to-date and easy to use. The website will also feature premium advertising.
AFIA members are automatically listed on Feedsearch, and non-members can be included for a nominal fee. More information on listings can be found by visiting www.feedsearch.com.