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AIC Services will be providing a periodic newsletter to keep registered advisers up to date with the registers latest development.


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Latest FAR Module gives practical advice to reduce livestock emissions: 31 January 2017

The Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) has announced the launch of its latest training module for the Feed Adviser Register (FAR). Module 3, Section 2 will highlight practical ways that feed advisers can help to reduce emissions on farms. It builds on information gained in FAR Module 3, Section 1.

Feed Adviser Register (FAR) Module 3, section 2 coming soon: 12 January 2017

The next training material for FAR Module 3 is due to be launched in the next couple of weeks. Module 3, section 2 will highlight the practical ways emissions can be reduced on farm and will build on the knowledge feed advisers have already gained by completing FAR Module 3, section 1.

Farmers and suppliers told to unite for best Brexit deal: 25 November 2016

AIC press coverage - Farmers Weekly - Johann Tasker
Thursday 24 November 2016 5:00

Feed Adviser Register members make a measurable difference: 5 July 2016

Pig World feature July 2016

FAR in Poultry World (soapbox) : 4 July 2016

Soapbox Inge Verwoerd - Benefits of feed advice accreditation
Seek a registered adviser when sourcing poultry feed

FAR delivering results for livestock producers - Farmers Guardian: 3 May 2016

Farmers Guardian article 29-4-16

FAR Farmer Information: 4 February 2016

This leaflet has been designed to introduce and explain FAR to the farmer and provide some background into why and how FAR was created.

Feed-a-Gene: 19 October 2015

Animal production is constantly facing new challenges. Increasing productivity and efficiency have been key issues. This creates a unique opportunity to implement changes in the livestock production chain.

Better feed advice by FAR

Better feed advice by FAR: 1 October 2015

‘Use a member of the Feed Adviser Register (FAR) for greater feed efficiency and reduced greenhouse gas emissions’ – is the message being promoted to UK livestock farmers.

Responsibility not to market products that exceed Maximum Permitted Levels (MPLs): 6 August 2015

Many feed additives, in particular trace elements and vitamins A and D3, have legally defined Maximum Permitted Levels (MPLs) for reasons of animal, consumer or environmental safety. These MPL’s are defined in the Register of Feed Additives.

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