Archive November 2022

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New Funding Opportunity - Risk Management Education for Meat and Poultry Processing

The North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln announces a funding opportunity to provide education and training for meat and poultry producers, processors, and distributors.

Meat + Complete to Open New USDA-Inspected Kitchen

The grand opening will take place on Saturday, November 26, at 409 W. B St., Valentine, Neb., from 1-4PM CST.

AAMP, IMPPA Present FREE Webinar on Grant Writing on December 2

“Grant Writing Basics and” will feature Christi Southerland, Managing Partner at Prosperity Ag.

Meat Processor Academy Mastermind Program is now open for registration!

This online mastermind program is targeted to business owners, operators, and managers of federally or state-inspected meat businesses with 10 to 150 employees who wish to scale up and strengthen their businesses. 

Explaining the Food Supply Chain Loan Program

The Food Supply Chain Loan Program, offered by USDA Rural Development, was launched in December 2021 as a part of USDA’s Build Back Better Program.

Minnesota Receives $15 Million to Boost Meat and Poultry Processing

The new Meat and Poultry Revolving Loan Fund will be available through the Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s (MDA) Rural Finance Authority.

AAMP presents FREE webinar on November 30, “How to evaluate & Select ‘Hell Yeah’ Talent”

This will be the second webinar featuring HR expert Oliver Lee Mincey.

Ridgewater Meat Cutting Program Starts Strong

Ridgewater College becomes one of two colleges in Minnesota to offer training for the meat industry.

Fanestil Meats opens major expansion

Central Kansas processor phases out an 80-year-old building with a new 40,000-square-foot addition.

Biden-Harris Administration Announces First Round of Historic Investments to Increase Competition and Expand Meat and Poultry Processing Capacity

More than $223 million in grants and loans will increase competition and economic opportunities for meat and poultry processors and producers around the country.