Registration Open: Carolina Feed Industry Association Feed Production Technology School

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Registration is now open for the 44th Carolina Feed Industry Association Feed Production Technology School. The conference will be held in person.

Date: November 17, 2021

Time: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

Location: J. Edward Booth Learning Center
4000 Chi Road
Raleigh, NC


This year’s agenda covers many topics, including:

  • NC State University Outreach Programs Adam Fahrenholz and Marissa Cohen, NC State University Feed Milling;
  • OSHA: What are they targeting? New Rules? Gary Huddleston, AFIA
  • New Mill Virtual Tour Mountaire Farms;
  • Viruses/Ransomware – Stories and Preventions Jamie Smith, Beta Raven;
  • North Carolina Legislative Happenings TBD;
  • Market and Supply Chain Difficulties Adam Downes, Mountaire Farms;
  • Retaining and Hiring Good People and Good Truck Drivers Edgar Miller, Truck Enterprises (Retired);
  • Batching Systems and Feed Mill Tribulations James Neal, Smithfield Foods; and
  • Open Forum

To access the complete agenda, please visit the Carolina Feed Industry Association.


Registration is now open and can be accessed through the Carolina Feed Industry Association registration page.


Registration Type Cost (USD)
Member $150
Student $50
Non Member $200


A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hampton Inn Raleigh/Cary from November 16–17, 2021 for $119. Please reserve your room by October 26, 2021, to secure the conference rate.

If you have questions about the CFIA Feed Technology School, please contact Adam Fahrenholz or Marissa Cohen.