Carolina Feed Industry Association Fall Events

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CFIA Fall 2021 Conference lineup banner

The Carolina Feed Industry Association (CFIA) is gearing up to host a number of in-person and virtual events for Fall 2021.

CFIA Essential Worker Industry Appreciation Conference – Mini Summer Convention

Dates: September 9-12, 2021
Location: Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Atlantic Beach Oceanfront
2717 W Fort Macon Rd, Atlantic Beach, NC 28512

The CFIA Essential Worker Industry Appreciation Conference is a new mini convention for Fall 2021. The program includes a talk from Kevin Baker, Director of Sales & Marketing, Valley Proteins, Winchester, VA on Sustainability Trends & Impacts on the Animal Feeding Industry, as well as updates from a number of NC State University faculty, including:

  • Feed Milling Program Update, Adam Fahrenholz, Associate Professor of Feed Milling
  • Swine Update, Eric van Heugten, Professor and Swine Nutrition Extension Specialist
  • Poultry Update, Peter Ferket, Poultry Extension Specialist and Nutritionist

This year’s program also includes a welcome reception Thursday, September 9, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. and a reception & low country boil dinner Friday, September 10, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

For more information about the CFIA Essential Worker Industry Appreciation Conference, including the program agenda, registration, and hotel information, visit the CFIA website.

2021 CFIA Fall Nutrition Symposium

The CFIA Fall Nutrition Symposium will be held in conjunction with the Animal Health and Nutrition Consortium Gut Health Symposium and the Food Animal Initiative International Symposium on Precision Systems and Data Analysis in Animal Agriculture.

Dates: September 21-22, 2021
Location: The Stateview Hotel, 2451 Alumni Dr., Raleigh, NC 27606

CFIA Feed Industry Fall Conference
$200 (member)
$450 (non-member)
$25 (student)

Animal Health & Nutrition (AHNC) Symposium and Precision Animal Systems Conference
$150 Earlybird, $250 after Sept 1
$250 Earlybird Combined, $400 after Sept 1
$25 student registration, $50 after Sept 1

Registration and Hotel Information
Food Animal Innovation Summit Agenda

44th Feed Production Technology School

Date: November 17, 2021
Time: TBA
Location: J. Edward Booth Field Learning Laboratory, 4000 Chi Road, Raleigh, NC 27603

The CFIA 44th Feed Production Technology School will be held at NC State University in conjunction with the NC State University Feed Milling program. The agenda will include industry updates, NC State University Feed Milling and Animal Food Safety program updates, as well as additional feed manufacturing-related programming.

Program registration and agendas for this conference are not available at this time. This article will be updated as soon as registration information is available.

If you have questions about feed manufacturing, contact Adam Fahrenholz.
If you have questions about animal food safety, contact Marissa Cohen.