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Oct/Nov 2015 Articles

Sorting out FSMA

Sorting out FSMA

September 10, 2015 | Editors Note | Elise Schafer

On Sept. 10, the FDA announced the highly anticipated final rules of the Food Safety Modernization Act’s Preventive Controls for Human Food and the Preventive Controls for Animal Food.  

Thanks to input provided by industry organizations, the final rules reflect some major victories for the feed industry.

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NGFA Aims High with 2015 CEC

NGFA Aims High with 2015 CEC

September 10, 2015 | |

This December, National Grain and Feed Association members will flock to Kansas City, MO, to take part in the single largest gathering of country elevator personnel in the nation — the Country Elevator Conference. This year’s theme, “Elevate Your Business,” is built around addressing the real-world challenges that grain industry professionals face on a daily basis like marketing, grain merchandising, making purchasing decisions and dealing with employees.

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Building A Market From The Ground Up

Building A Market From The Ground Up

September 10, 2015 | Global Connection |

 The U.S. Grains Council’s (USGC’s) job is to increase the value of trade for both our members and those who buy our products all around the globe. Since it was founded, the Council has created tailored programs that meet individual countries’ cultures and needs. 

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The Art of Delegation

The Art of Delegation

September 10, 2015 | DepartmentsManager's Notebook |

Who gets things done just the way you like them? Who does the best job? Who can you always count on to deliver? In answering these questions, deep down, many of us may feel we do things best, we do it right, and no one else can do it better! While that MAY be true — at least for certain activities and tasks — there is some finite limit on what we can accomplish as individuals.

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