ASHCA, established in 2007 with support from the Farm Foundation, is a consortium of agricultural producers, farm associations and agribusinesses that has planned and promoted strategies to make agriculture much safer and healthier in the United States.
What does FF stand for?
FF stands for Farm Foundation
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 62 other meanings of FF in our Acronym Attic
- Failure Factor
- Fallen Footwear (shoe company)
- Family Feud (TV game show)
- Family Finance (college course)
- Family Fortunes
- Fan Fiction
- Fancy Feast (cat food)
- Fantastic Four
- Fantasy Football
- Far Field
Samples in periodicals archive:
com)-- Wolfe's Neck Farm Foundation Announces New Executive Director, David Herring Wolfe's Neck Farm Foundation (WNFF) located in Freeport, Maine is pleased to announce David Herring as its new Executive Director.
CAPTION(S): SEA VIEW: An artist's impression of how the wind farm off South Gare will look TAKING NOTICE: Contractor Van Oord UK continues with the wind farm foundation work at Redcar Picture by IAN McINTYRE
Neil Conklin, President, Farm Foundation, NFP and co-author, GHI GAP Report(TM) The information in the policy issue brief released today draws from a study commissioned by GHI and developed by Agriculture Economist, Dr.
And, as an added incentive for owners of pit bulls or pit bull mixes, the Animal Farm Foundation has agreed to donate $100 to the Espa[+ or -]ola Valley Humane Society for each dog of that type that passes the test.
The study was funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare and the Staunton Farm Foundation.
Over the last five to 10 years, consumer fears about illnesses such as mad cow disease, which has been linked to a deadly disease in humans, have driven companies to find ways to consolidate to help track the meat and poultry they are producing, said Farm Foundation President Walt Armbruster.
Hennen says the big-picture goal is getting the bulk of Catholics who live in cities to see that eating is a moral act, and that they can help change the systems that are destroying the family farm foundation of the United States, destroying rural communities and parishes, harming the environment, and scaring people about the safety of the food they are eating.