The UK and European feed industries' response to environmental concerns are set out in the AIC Roadmap - Agri-supply roadmap for a sustainable food chain; FEFAC Feed Sustainability Charter 2030; AIC respond to Government's "Due diligence on forest risk commodities' consultation.
Adding Value is an annual publication for our Members gives a summary of the key achievements and activities that the AIC team has been working on over the past 12 months in support of modern, sustainable, commercial agriculture.
This document is intended to outline the checks and controls in place to ensure grain and feedstuffs in the UK are safe and legal whether it arrives from an already assured supply chain or production or is from outside of an assured chain.
This guidance document can be used to develop a sampling and analysis schedule forming part of a UFAS Participant’s Quality Management System, to ensure both nutritional integrity and feed safety are always maintained.
Action has been agreed between AIC, the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) and veterinary profession to ensure that the vet is in control of the diagnosis of any disease in the animals under his/her care and the subsequent medication required. Thus, medicated feed is never delivered until the vet has issued the MFSp to the feed supplier and copied the farmer.