The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) thanks our members for their decades of loyalty and assistance representing the interests of the whole industry.
AFIA’s members include nearly 700 domestic and international companies and state, regional and national associations. Member companies are feed and pet food manufacturers, integrators, pharmaceutical companies, ingredient suppliers, equipment manufacturers and companies that supply other products or provide support services to the U.S. animal food industry. AFIA’s members manufacture more than 75% of the commercial feed in the United States.
“Our members are dedicated to continuous improvement within the animal food industry, so we can innovate and meet consumers’ future demands,” said AFIA’s President and CEO Constance Cullman. “One of our promises of membership is to be the total feed industry’s Voice before policymakers and regulators. That voice is only made stronger by our members who come to the table to work on issues that affect us all, from sustainability to feed safety to trade. We can’t thank them enough for their dedication and commitment to the betterment of this essential industry.”
The AFIA thanks Wilbur-Ellis Nutrition, LLC for 75 years of membership and Frontier Feeds Company, Kreamer Feed, Inc. and Tier 1 Nutritionals, Inc. for 50 years of membership.
The AFIA recognizes the following members for 25 years of membership:
• AFB International
• Animix, LLC
• Double S Liquid Feed Services, Inc.
• Grain Journal
• Herschel J. Gaddy & Associates
• Mars Petcare US
• Miner Agricultural Research Institute • Roosevelt Dairy Trade Inc.
The AFIA also acknowledges the following members for 10 years of membership:
• All Star Trading
• Aviagen, Inc.
• Biorigin PTX Food Corporation
• CFC Farm & Home Center
• Energy Feeds International
• EW Nutrition USA, Inc.
• MPS Egg Farms
• North River Enterprises
• Royal Canin USA, Inc.
• SAM Nutrition
• Simplot Western Stockmen's
• Sumitomo Chemical America, Inc.
• Summit Ridge Biosystems
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