Kansas State University announced the upcoming Advanced Feed Manufacturing Short Course to be held on June 13 – 16 in Manhattan, Kansas. This is an interactive course that provides participants with an in-depth understanding of the specifics of feed processing.
It targets individuals with feed industry experience that understand the basic principles of feed manufacturing. The fundamental processes will also be reviewed.
“Participants that attend the short course will be provided the information to hone their leadership skills and receive valuable information to improve the operations at their facility,” explained Keith Epperson, AFIA vice president of manufacturing and training. “From improving maintenance, enhancing their quality program and improving the bottom line the course will provide detailed information in many areas.”
The Department of Grain Science and Industry at K-State, in partnership with the American Feed Industry Association and the National Grain and Feed Association, has held Feed Manufacturing Short Courses since 1976. These courses are taught by a unique blend of individuals from K-State and within the feed and allied industries and provide in-depth training on all aspects associated with feed manufacturing.
The course will cost $900. The fee includes a copy of the book, Feed Manufacturing Technology V, all handouts, breakfasts, lunches, refreshments and one dinner. The registration deadline is June 3, 2011. Course size is limited to 25 participants so early registration is recommended. Registration is available at www.afia.org