About ANAC

The Animal Nutrition Association of Canada (ANAC) is the national trade association for Canada's feed industry. ANAC advocates on behalf of the industry with government regulators and policy-makers, to foster a favourable business environment for its members.

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The Canadian Feed Industry Amid COVID‐19

As an integral part of the food value chain, members of the Animal Nutrition Association of Canada (ANAC) and feed businesses play a critical role in ensuring the safe and continuous supply of food to consumers in Canada and around the world. The feed industry has been deemed an essential service in the federal government’s “Guidance on Essential Services and Functions in Canada During the COVID‐19 Pandemic” as well as in all provinces where lists have been published.

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List of Canadian Commercial Feed Mills (CFMs)

ANAC has recently published a listing of Canadian commercial feed mills (CFMs) on its website, just ahead of the December 1st, 2018 effective date for a sweeping set of policy changes introduced by Health Canada that will impact how antimicrobial drugs are sold and used in livestock and poultry. 

For more information can be found on the Media Release.

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2020 Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada

May 12 - 14, 2020

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Latest News

COVID-19: ANAC events postponed and ANAC office

March 17, 2020

Due to the rapidly evolving situation related to COVID-19, the Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada (ANCC) and ANAC AGM & Convention, which were both scheduled for May 2020, will be postponed.

The health and safety of our members and attendees are of utmost importance and we feel this is the best option to ensure successful events for our attendees, speakers, and sponsors.

ANAC meets with international feed community at 13th IFRM

March 1, 2020

ANAC recently participated in the 13th International Feed Regulators Meeting (IFRM), held in Atlanta in January. The meeting gives feed regulators and industry the opportunity to discuss, both formally and informally, common and emerging topics and learn about issues and successes in their respective countries.