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The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) launched today a comprehensive guide on the integrated pest management of the Fall Armyworm on maize.
The value of EU agri-food exports reached € 137.9 billion in 2017, an increase of 5.1% compared to 2016. Major gains gave been achieved in exports to the US, Russia and Asia.
What’s new in the global animal nutrition business? All About Feed wraps up the highlights from the last weeks.
Is it best to feed newborn calves ad libitum milk replacer for the first 5 weeks or is it better to have restricted amounts? German researchers delved into this question.
On March 13, All About Feed will broadcast a live webinar on the latest knowledge and research insights to better cope with mycotoxins in the feed chain. The webinar takes place in the week of the World Mycotoxin Forum, held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
An increasing number of cats are obese, and owners often fail in reducing the weight of their animal. A new study from the University of Illinois explains what it takes to get kitty to shed those extra kilos.
Detection methods for mycotoxins get better each year. Among multi-contaminant methods, a shift from broad scope methods covering hundreds of contaminants to ‘dedicated’ methods covering a narrower range of contaminants for a specific scope or matrix can be seen.
As a result of the evaluation of the available analysis results of Aflatoxin B1 in maize GMP+ International, together with other accepted scheme holders, has adjusted the risk profile for Aflatoxin B1 for Brazil and Croatia.
The international animal feed sector is a dynamic industry. What are the new products and acquisitions of last month? All About Feed wraps up the highlights.
The US Grains Council (USGC) recently undertook a market assessment mission to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Pakistan to analyse the ethanol demand potential in both countries and engage with policymakers and industrial officia...
The European Protein Plan, aimed to increase the yield, quality and competitiveness of European grown protein sources, is one step further.
Issue 1 of the new year has been published online. In this issue if All About Feed we delve into the crude protein story, visited a Vietnamese feed mill and talked about precision nutrition with Laura Star.
Diseases, shell quality and mycotoxins. Just a few of the challenges that egg producers in the Middle East face. This was stated by Simon Shane in his presentation: Improving efficiency and profitability of egg production in the gulf region, presented at the Alltech poultry seminar at VIV MEA, held on February 7 in Abu Dhabi.
Protix, producer of insect protein production, and Hendrix Genetics, global multi-species animal genetics company, will team up to develop an insect breeding programme.
In most regions, there is still a high risk of mycotoxin contamination. Also, high levels of Fumonisins have been detected. This is according to the latest edition of the annual Biomin Mycotoxin survey.
Algae are being used to develop new technology to clean up waste. Excess waste nutrients produced from anaerobic digestion of food and farm waste are used to cultivate algal biomass for animal feed and other products of value.
The global wheat trade is changing. The Black Sea region countries are getting stronger on the world market. This is according to Rabobank analysts.
The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) is calling upon the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to consider reducing the regulatory burden for feed manufactures.
Feed industry experts need to keep the dialogue going regarding feeding strategies and feed safety.
Insect producer Protix has introduced the first ever full-grown salmon raised on insect-based proteins.