Eric Brady

Eric Brady is the Statewide Supervisor for Ag Inputs Section for the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. Over the last four years, Eric has overseen daily field operations for the Feed, Seed, Fertilizer, and Lime programs and managed field inspectors across the state. Eric has been involved with AAFCO as the co-chair of Feed and Feed

Josh Arbaugh

Josh Arbaugh is a Chemist and Seed Analyst with the West Virginia Department of Agriculture. He graduated from West Virginia University with a B.S. in Biology before joining the department in 2011. His work in the laboratory includes the analysis of animal feed, pet food, forage, seed, fertilizer, liming material, and food products. He began

George Ferguson

George currently works as the Feed Administrator for the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, where he is responsible for the management of the NC Food and Drug Protection Division’s Regulatory Feed Program. While growing up on a small dairy farm in western NC George developed a passion for agriculture that would eventually

Ashlee-Rose Ferguson

Originally hailing from outside of Philadelphia, Ashlee-Rose Ferguson obtained her Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Science from State University of New York: College of Environmental Science & Forestry/Syracuse University. Then going on to gain valuable public and environmental health experience with: Washington State Department of Health in the Zoonotic Disease section; Clemson University in the

Hollis Glenn

Hollis Glenn is currently the Director of the Inspection and Consumer Services Division for the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA). In this role, Hollis oversees several regulatory programs associated with Colorado’s agricultural industries, including the Commercial Feed and Produce Safety Program. He serves on the FDA Governing Council for the Partnership for Food Protection. In

Darrell Johnson

Darrell Johnson has a B.S. in Animal Science from Missouri State University and an M. S. and Ph.D in Ruminant Nutrition from the University of Kentucky. He spent 5½ years as Extension Ruminant Nutrition Specialist at Mississippi State University before returning to Kentucky in 1989 as a Technical Service Specialist for a regional feed company.

Dan King

Dan King has worked for the Minnesota Department of Agriculture since 2009 in the commercial feed program, primarily as a compliance officer. Prior to working for the department he worked at a small, independent coop handling feed, fertilizer, agronomy, and grain storage. Dan has five children, lives on a small farm raising cattle and is

Laura Scott

Laura is a National Manager in the Animal Feed Division of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency where she is responsible for leading the feed regulatory modernization project and outreach and communications for the feed program. She graduated from the University of Guelph with a BSc in Animal Biology and an MSc in Animal Nutrition. Her

Bailey Whiten

Bailey currently serves as the Assistant Division Director of the Ag Inputs Division at the Georgia Department of Agriculture where she oversees the Feed Program and compliance of the Fertilizer and Seed Programs. She received her B.S. in Animal Science and Dairy Science from the University of Georgia. Bailey is a member of the AAFCO

Austin Therrell

Austin currently serves as the Executive Director for the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). Prior to his current role with AAFCO, he served on the Board of Directors and as the Co-Chair of the AAFCO Feed & Feed Ingredient Manufacturing Committee, as a member of the AAFCO Pet Food Committee, and as a