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India’s aquafeed industry is forecast to grow at a CAGR of around 20% during 2012-13 to 2014-15, according to the new report by Research and Markets.
With three separate transactions, BASF has strengthened its technology footprint in industrial enzymes, one of BASF’s identified growth fields:
A quick review for busy managers on how to optimise vitamin nutrition? Want to see the effects of organic minerals on cattle health and survival rate of calves? Then the third edition of the AllAboutFeed is a must-read.
Lallemand Animal Nutrition has received European Commission authorisation for its lactic acid bacteria Pediococcus acidilactici MA 18/5M to be use in drinking water for weaned piglets, pigs for fattening, laying hens and chickens for fattening.
Hungarian officials have destroyed some 1,000 acres of corn which was found to be genetically modified, according to RT.com.
A large feed mill with a production capacity of 500 tonnes of feed per day is to be built in the eastern part of Russia. The mill will supply feed to a new pig farm (also in the planning) with a capacity of 300,000 pigs – originating from Ireland, a rarity for Russia.
Researchers recently identified the causative agent behind a mysterious disease that has been decimating shrimp farms in Asia over the past two years. Infected shrimp ponds experienced extremely high levels of mortality early in the growing cycle — as high as 100% death rates in some cases. Show More Summary
Cattle ranchers in Northern Australia have had to resort to shooting their cattle because they just can’t feed or sell them.
Excentials, an European based specialty feed additives supplier belonging to Orffa International Holding, is proud to announce its collaboration with Vetim S.A. (San Jose, Costa Rica) to develop sales, marketing and technical support of its Excentials’ product range in this market.
Poultry feed production for March 2013 in Russia hit an all-time record of 1,069.7 thousand tonnes – 12% higher than February and 6% on March 2012, according to a report release by Russia’s Federal Static Service (Rosstat).
As is well known recently, dioxin contaminant in natural vitamin E threw a gloom over the market. A certified lab found that the dioxin level of an antioxidant formula product in pet food market was over the limit of EU regulation, tracing to the raw material mixed tocopherols contaminated by dioxin.
Grain growers associations across north and south of America have signed memorandum of understanding to form an alliance of North and South American maize (corn) producers to collaborate on a global basis to address key issues concerning food security, biotechnology, stewardship, trade and producer image.
Cambridge scientists say they have developed a new type of wheat which could increase productivity by 30% offering greater yields. This new wheat has been bred from a wild grass species.
Ukraine agricultural analysts from the company UkrAgroConsult, trimmed its forecast for Ukraine's 2013 grain harvest to 52.21 million tonnes due to lower-than-expected wheat and barley output following the continuing dryness.
Strong growth in the 2013 global wheat, coarse grains and rice production, is expected according to early forecasts published in the May issue of FAO's monthly Cereals Supply and Demand Brief.
Micronutrients, a manufacturer of branded trace minerals has completed the first segment of its plan to staff a professional team of sales and technical professionals to support the growth of its IntelliBond trace mineral animal nutrition products within the North American ruminant industry.
The UK’s Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC), in conjunction with a working group from Femas, its feed materials assurance scheme, and representatives of the feed supply chain, has developed a ‘Femas Calculator’. The development of the calculator is a direct response to feed safety concerns and the 2011 Food and Veterinary Office (FVO) mission to the UK.
Two female students in Saudi have invented an animal feeding device that can provide food and drink automatically at regular intervals.
A new programme recently announced by Russia’s Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev, will give financial support to agricultural producers to purchase animal feed, according to Prime Minister.
The first ever global Feed Protease Dialogue workshop is to take place in Copenhagen, Denmark on 18-19 June 2013.