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One Health public forum pushes role of animal health in reducing antibiotic use

Boosting animal health, management, nutrition and genetics are factors in reducing the need to use antibiotics in animal production, say industry leaders.

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Novozymes buys microbe screening technology to bolster probiotic work

Novozymes says the acquisition of Organobalance will enable it to strengthen its animal feed R&D competencies, particularly in the field of probiotics.

Series E funding drive raises $20.4m, supports efforts toward commercialization: Agrivida

Funding drive helps support efforts toward Agrivida’s commercial launch of a poultry feed additive enzyme, says company executive.

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Momentum still there, says insect feed producers on EU policymaker regulatory action

The EU Commission has not put the brakes on the regulatory amendments process to enable authorization of insect protein use in fish feed, said insect producers. 

Vietnam and US researchers show wins from replacing small fish-based diets with formulated feed

Formulated feed may boost production and reduce costs of farmed snakehead, says researchers. 

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China penalizes US DDGS suppliers

China's Ministry of Commerce has decided to impose anti-dumping duties on distiller's dried grains (DDGs) from the US, according to Xinhua news agency.

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DSM raises prices for vitamin C produced in China

DSM said it is to increase prices for the vitamin C forms it produces in China by a minimum of 10% for non-contracted business.

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Daily posting of prices of EU origin GM free soy hailed as milestone in transparency

Daily prices recorded from the sales of non-GM, quality controlled and origin certified soy from the Danube region and Europe will bring transparency for the supply chain, says the not-for-profit group behind ‘sustainable’ soy production in the Danube region.

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