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Landus Cooperative to Host Webinars on Veterinary Feed Directive

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Landus Cooperative to Host Webinars on Veterinary Feed Directive

Customers, area livestock producers and veterinarians invited to learn about cooperative’s VFP processes

(AMES, IA) Oct. 20, 2016—Landus Cooperative today announced a series of webinars for livestock producers regarding the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD).

Significant changes to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s VFD regulation take effect January 1. 2017. With the rules becoming effective in just a few weeks, Landus Cooperative invites feed customers and area veterinarians to one of three free webinars to ensure they are armed with the knowledge necessary to effectively implement VFDs.

Leaders from the Landus Cooperative feed business will also introduce the cooperative’s internal processes for VFD paperwork.
Landus Cooperative Feed Webinars on Veterinary Feed Directive

Thu, Nov. 10: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CST

Thu, Nov. 17: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CST

Fri, Nov. 18: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CST

Those interested, are invited to register online or call their local feed representative for assistance in registering. Online registration may be found here https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/2700538374433057026

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Landus CooperativeTM is a farmer-owned agricultural cooperative, headquartered in Ames, Iowa that has a global reach and a local touch with more than 725 full-time employees at locations in more than 70 communities in Iowa and Minnesota and approximately 7,000 member-owners

Landus Cooperative is one of North America’s largest grain storage companies and has shuttle-loading access on all seven, major Iowa rail lines. The diversified farmer-owned cooperative offers precision agronomy services with more than 50 agronomists on staff; a proprietary, member-owned brand of soybeans; expert grain marketing services; as well as corn and soybean processing including a facility in Ralston, Iowa which manufacturers SoyPlus®, a high bypass protein soybean meal for dairy herds across the globe.