NameTitleOrganizationLocation
Mark DanielTechnical Services ManagerEvonik CorporationKennesaw, GA
Gary DeLongVice PresidentDegart Global LLCUrbandale, IA
Lance A. ForsterManager, Nutrition ServicesArcher Daniels Midland CompanyDecatur, IL
Matt FrederkingVice President, Regulatory Affairs & QualityMid America Pet FoodMt Pleasant, TX
Andrew GroatRegional Food Safety, Quality And Regulatory SupervisorCargill Inc.Lewisburg, PA
Lee KlemanDirector Business DevelopmentLivestock Nutrition CenterOverland Park, KS
Scott LovinVice President, FeedAg Partners LLCAlbert City, IA
Broc MaffiaPricing ManagerJ.D. Heiskell & Co.Tulare, CA
Chan MeltonStrategic Operations DirectorPurina Animal Nutrition LLCShoreview, MN
Edward P. MilbankPresidentMilbank Mills Inc.Chillicothe, MO
Matt E. NicholsCorporate Account Manager, Milling And PetfoodNeogen CorporationLansing, MI
Katlyn NiedereckerNutritionistBuchheit Grain Inc.Perryville, MO
Eric T. PerryVP & General Manager, Feed Co-ProductsScoularOverland Park, KS
Grant PrinsFeed Division ManagerNew Vision CooperativeBrewster, MN
Ryan RobertsCorporate Director, Food Safety & Quality SystemsAlphia/LANIBern, KS
Paul StevensonSr. Risk Management ConsultantNationwide AgribusinessWthrby Lake, MO
Matt Surdick, Country OperationsHealth & Safety ManagerCHSInver Grove Heights, MN
Pat ToveyDirector, Technical And Regulatory CompliancePet Food InstituteWashington, DC
Larry WallaceTechnical Services ManagerWestway Feed Products LLCTomball, TX

Feed Manufacturing and Technology Committee


Committee Chairman: Matt Frederking, Vice President Regulatory Affairs & Quality Assurance, Mid American Pet Food, Mt. Pleasant, TX
NGFA Staff Liaisons: Dave Fairfield and Jim Seibert

This committee addresses operations issues and technological developments important to the manufacturing operations of commercial feed mills, feed ingredient firms, and livestock and poultry integrators.  Among other things, it evaluates the latest developments in product safety, quality, production and manufacturing technology; interacts with universities; and provides education and communication on feed operations issues.  It provides input on updates to the NGFA’s first-of-its-kind Model Feed Quality Assurance Program; develops the NGFA’s approach to new quality systems (such as hazard analysis and critical control point, ISO 9000 and global quality assurance systems); and promotes methods to improve plant operation efficiencies and control costs.