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Whether you are involved with construction, transportation, safety, research, or QC - either on the farm or in the plant- the Dairy Practices Council (DPC) can offer you resources to maximize your day-to-day practices and business. We can also offer assistance in dealing with small ruminant dairies.DPC GUIDELINES »
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This 2.5-day class will follow the standardized, industry-oriented training curriculum put together by the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance. The class will focus on the food safety activities and documentation that support the creation and implementation of a Food Safety Plan to comply with the Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Foods rule.
Photos and Speaker Presentations from the DPC Conference in Burlington Vermont are now available to view on the DPC Website.
Several new Board members were elected at the recent DPC Conference in Burlington, VT
This guideline offers concepts and ideas to consider for ‘greening’ your dairy lab. Greening laboratories will help to reduce the carbon footprint of your lab by utilizing recycling and other energy conservation techniques.
This Guideline addresses HACCP Principle #1, Hazard Analysis