The American Feed Industry Association’s Board of Directors recently held its annual spring meeting in Arlington, Virginia. 

As part of the meeting schedule, they spent time advocating for key industry priorities on Capitol Hill and conducted other official business, including approving new Board leadership and members. 

The 44 Board members met with elected officials in the House and Senate about improving the Food and Drug Administration’s animal food review program. 

They also talked about resolving ongoing supply chain and export issues that are hindering the industry’s ability to satisfy customers’ orders in a timely and cost-effective way. 

Board members also highlighted the industry’s work to provide solutions to national climate change priorities. 

“Our Board leadership impressed upon policymakers how removing key regulatory and trade barriers now will secure our industry’s ability to continue delivering feed, ingredients, and pet food to the marketplace into the future,” says AFIA President and CEO Constance Cullman.

(Story Courtesy of the NAFB News Service)