58th Annual Feed Administrators Seminar

May 6-10, 2024
Cliffview Resort
99 Eagle Ridge Road
Campton, KY 41301

Join us in Campton, KY for the 58th Annual Feed Administrators Seminar!  

Important Information:
Space is limited for this year’s Feed Administrator Seminar, so we encourage you to register early.  We are unable to provide transportation and meals for guests, please keep this in mind should you choose to have guests travel with you.    

Please complete a registration form, or register online, and send to aafco@aafco.org

  • 2024 Member Registration – $175
    Registration is limited to State Feed Officials only.

  • Lodging: Monday Night – Thursday Night | Meals: Tuesday – Thursday – $740

  • Lodging: Sunday Night – Thursday Night | Meals: Tuesday – Thursday – $900
    This is restricted for those attending Monday’s meetings. If you arrive late on Monday, the transportation van will stop to allow you to grab food! 

  • Transportation to and from Blue Grass Airport (Lexington, KY) – $50
    Please review transportation guidelines below before booking your flight.

Register now

Transportation & Flight Arrangements:
Transportation will be provided from Blue Grass Airport (Lexington, KY) to Cliffview Resort.  It is about an hour and ten-minute trip one way. 

Very Important Information: Flight Arrivals & Departures

  • Sunday Arrivals: Please book your flight with an arrival time of no later than 9pm, and after 12pm. We will have limited shuttles on Sunday. 
  • Monday Arrivals: Please book your flight with an arrival time of no later than 8pm. We will have a bus beginning transportation at 11am, intermittently throughout the day until 8pm.
  • Friday Departures: We will begin transportation back early Friday morning, with the first bus leaving at approximately 3:30am.
  • Driving? Let us know!

Please email your flight information to aafco@aafco.org by May 1, 2024. 

Meals & Accommodations:
AAFCO will take care of your hotel accommodations as noted on your registration form.  Meals and snacks will be provided Tuesday – Thursday.  Please email aafco@aafco.org if you have additional meal concerns. 

Thursday we will plan to do teambuilding activities.  Please be prepared to enter your selection preference between:

  • Hiking the Red River Gorge
  • Ziplining
  • Underground Kayaking

You can read more about these activities here.

About the Red River Gorge:
In east-central Kentucky, the Red River Gorge sits tucked away inside the expansive Daniel Boone National Forest. The historic Red River cuts through the gorge, and over millions of years carved the over 150 sandstone arches within the geological area’s 29,000 acres. This is the only area east of the Rocky Mountains that boast as many freestanding arches, in addition to a mix of rock shelters, jagged cliffs, natural forming bridges and waterfalls.

The area has been designated as a National Natural Landmark, which recognizes the gorge’s outstanding example of the natural history of the United States. Only 599 sites have been added to this national registry, including significant ecological features in 48 states, Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa and the U.S. Virgin Islands.