"This event has brought leaders in equipment manufacturing together for more than two decades," said Gary Huddleston, AFIA director of feed manufacturing and regulatory affairs. "With its long history and reach, it has offered participants networking opportunities they won't find anywhere else, while also educating them on issues and trends relevant to their segment of the industry."
Early-bird registration runs through Oct. 2 and final pre-registration ends Oct. 20.
The three-day event begins with the annual golf tournament, which raises money for the Institute for Feed Education and Research’s EMC scholarship fund, a program designed to encourage college students to consider careers in feed or grain sciences. Educational programs at the conference will also include an update on policy issues being discussed in Washington, D.C., a presentation on safety labels, a panel discussion with AFIA's Production Compliance Committee and more. Dan Klein, author of My 3:59, a story about Dan's mission to live each day in the present, will also speak about moving with purpose. For the full agenda, clickhere.
To register online and learn more about hotel and travel options, clickhere.