AFIA Thanks Members for Years of Loyalty, Membership

Arlington, VA (Feb. 21, 2024) – The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) thanks several members for their loyalty and contributions to the betterment of the U.S. animal food industry over the decades.

AFIA’s members play an important role in shaping the association’s policy positions on critical legislative, regulatory and trade developments, which affect their businesses.

The AFIA membership includes over 650 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.

“We thank our longtime members for their unwavering dedication, which has shaped our association into what it is today,” said Sarah Novak, AFIA’s chief operating officer.

“Your dedication represents the backbone of our industry, shaping its growth and representing its collective interests.”

The AFIA thanks ILC Resources for 50 years of membership.

The AFIA recognizes the following members for 25 years of membership:

• D&D Ingredients LLC

• Eldon C. Stutsman, Inc.

• Selko USA LLC

• United Soybean Board

The AFIA also acknowledges the following members for 10 years of membership:

• AgriBusiness Association of Kentucky (ABAK)

• Amalgamated Sugar Company LLC

• BioResource International Inc.

• Eastman

• Fornazor International, Inc.

• Gelita USA

• Harbor Point Mineral Products

• Johnson Breeders, Inc.

• Norel Animal Nutrition USA, Inc.

• Nutrition 101, LLC

• Opal Foods, LLC

• Peco Foods, Inc.

• Renaissance Nutrition, Inc.

• Simmons Animal Nutrition, Inc.

• Suwannee Valley Feeds

• The Vit-E-Men Co., Inc./Life Products

• The Weitz Company

• Wild Bird Feeding Industry

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