MFHA

AcronymDefinition
MFHAMasters of Foxhounds Association (UK)
MFHAMasters of Foxhounds Association of America
MFHAMultiCultural Foodservice and Hospitality Alliance (Providence, RI)
MFHAMarble Falls Housing Authority (Texas)
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Hispanic-Americans: When it comes to Latino consumers, says MFHA's Fernandez, it is important to "keep in mind that those who were born here have different brand associations than those born in Mexico, El Salvador or elsewhere." Those operating on a more "sophisticated, bilingual level are probably much the same as your general market."
Some of the language in the MFHA letter was a bit 19th Century and we're keen to use a more modern vocabulary."
She added: "It is worth remembering that at the beginning of the foot-and-mouth outbreak hunting in Britain ceased under the advice of the MFHA, long before the Government issued its ban."
The MFHA would need time to talk to the National Farmers' Union and others to impose its own conditions - 'which will probably be tougher to start with than the ministry's ones', he said, adding: 'But it will be up to individual masters of individual hunts to decide whether they will be welcome on land and they will do that by talking to individual farmers.
Alastair Jackson, director of the Masters of Foxhounds Association (MFHA), said an internal consultative document prepared by officials at the Department for Environ-ment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), lists the conditions under which the ban could be lifted.
Following an anonymous complaint, Jeffrey was suspended by the MFHA - but they concluded the horse's death appeared to have been a horrible accident.
Fernandez is MFHA's founding president and CEO and has played a leading role in assisting companies, organizations and brands with their diversity initiatives by consulting, lecturing and conducting workshops around the country.
In a bid to attract more runners for their pounds 1,000 final, the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association (TBA) and Master of Foxhounds' Association (MFHA) are staging the climax of their maiden mares' series at Clifton-on-Dunsmore on April 20, one month earlier than in previous years when the event took place at Garthorpe.
In reply, Alistair Jackson of the MFHA explained the difficulties even for experienced observers of hunting.
FOX hunting could resume in parts of England and Wales as early as December 3, according to the Masters of Foxhounds Association (MFHA).
The statement, signed by MFHA chairman Lord Daresbury, said: 'As the extent of the infection is not known at the moment, the MFHA has decided that there should be a suspension of hunting for one week, by which time it should be known whether the disease has been contained.