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Animal food regulations are changing. What might those changes mean for the industry? AFIA's Gary Huddleston joins us with a quick update and details on the Feed Education Program planned for IPPE 2024 in Atlanta.

December 1, 2023

9 Min Listen

Recent changes to animal food regulations and how such changes could affect the animal food industry in 2024 are among those topics on the minds of today’s animal food facility managers and operation/mill personnel. The big question being, of course, is how these latest regulatory requirements might impact business and the feed industry overall. 
With us in this episode of Feedstuffs in Focus to talk about the feed education component of the upcoming International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) and what’s on the industry’s radar when it comes to regulation and enforcement is Gary Huddleston, Director of Feed Manufacturing and Regulatory Affairs for the American Feed Industry Assn. Among other things, Huddleston is involved in pulling together the Feed Education Program held each year during IPPE in Atlanta. He also is coordinator of AFIA and Feedstuffs Feed Facility of the Year annual awards program. Adding to the excitement, this year's winner in the commercial dry category will be announced during the feed education session on Wednesday morning of IPPE.This episode is brought to you by International Production & Processing Expo, a collaboration of three shows representing the entire chain of protein production and processing. Make your plans today to join the feed, meat and poultry industry in Atlanta, Ga., on Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 2024. To learn more at ippexpo.org
For more information, on this and other topics, we invite you to visit our websites - www.beefmagazine.com, www.Feedstuffs.com, and www.NationalHogFarmer.com

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