Announcements

  • NGFA to ‘carefully examine’ STB proposal to create new methodology to challenge unreasonable rail rates More →
  • NGFA hires Seibert to fill new manager of regulatory affairs, education and training post More →
  • NGFA opposes RR proposals that would undermine STB’s new rail investigation authority More →
  • Animal food industry unites to host first-ever PCQI instructor training for FSMA compliance More →
  • NGFA urges STB to provide more transparency, accountability when implementing new rail investigation authority More →
  • NGFA commends House for approving agreement that provides a national biotech labeling solution More →
  • NGFA seeks adjustments to CFTC’s supplemental position limits rule More →
  • USDA, stakeholders commemorate centennial of U.S. Warehouse Act More →
  • NGFA commends Senate for approving agreement that provides a national biotech labeling solution More →
  • NGFA urges swift approval of Roberts-Stabenow agreement that provides a national biotech labeling solution More →
  • NGFA urges Surface Transportation Board to proceed with final rule requiring railroads to permanently report service performance metrics More →
  • NGFA comments on House committee passage of waterways bill More →
  • NGFA Board approves final set of new trucking-related trade rules More →

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Food Safety Modernization Act

With the Food Safety Modernization Act, both regulatory and commercial demands for food and feed quality and safety are increasing. NGFA has several education tools, including regional seminars, to assist grain and feed companies navigate the changing regulatory landscape.  More Information →

Focus on Safety

The NGFA is committed to promoting safety and health in the workplace, and has made extensive efforts to enhance safety include unprecedented research and education efforts. More Information →

Video Interviews

To view video summaries of topics important to NGFA, click here.

 

Another NGFA-KSU Food Safety Modernization Act feed industry training session is scheduled for November 14-16. Earn Preventive Controls Qualified Individual and HACCP training certificates.

Reserve your spot now: www.igpevents.grains.ksu.edu/Detail.aspx?enc=YU/py9N+NOnNNr5j9art52ZadNHvBC0ehrJhNlIejcSVC6lKmTNO… See MoreSee Less

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The early bird rate for the NGFA-Pet Food Institute Feed and Pet Food Joint Conference expires at COB on Sept. 19.

The 7th annual Feed and Pet Food Joint Conference is in Des Moines, Iowa, from Oct. 10 – 12, 2016.

If your company is engaged in the flour milling, corn milling, grain processing, food manufacturing or animal feed/pet food business – or sells commodities to customers who are – you’ll want to hear what transpires at this conference! View the full agenda and register here: feed.ngfa.org/joint-feedpet-food-conference/ See MoreSee Less

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Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey is joining us at the NGFA-PFI Feed and Pet Food Joint Conference on Oct. 11 in Des Moines. Be there!
Register here: feed.ngfa.org/joint-feedpet-food-conference/
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The NGFA began a new "Safety Tips" series that will be published periodically as part of the Association’s continued commitment to safety in the workplace.

In this inaugural "NGFA Safety Tips" sheet, appropriate methods for bin entry are outlined for grain handling facilities preparing for fall harvest. www.ngfa.org/wp-content/uploads/Safety-Alert-Bin-Entry-2016-final.pdf See MoreSee Less

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FSMA Supply Chain Requirements – What are they, and how are they applied?

Find out the the NGFA-PFI Feed/Pet Food Joint Conference in Des Moines Oct. 10-12.

View agenda and register here: events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ecv8pctj90afb41c&llr=fdr65vnab See MoreSee Less

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