What factors are influencing soy, corn, and wheat grain movements? What drivers are behind lysine and methionine price developments and how are markets like feed phosphate and phytase performing?
The EU said it decided to approve a merger between US chemical companies, Dow and DuPont, because they made “significant commitments” to meet its competition concerns.
A £1m 30-month pilot program to boost innovation in aquaculture in Scotland is set to go ahead.
As Mexico becomes a more attractive and sophisticated importer, some other countries that produce yellow corn, such as Brazil and Argentina, have shown interest in exporting to the Central American...
Feed manufacturers in Japan, under pressure in recent weeks due to a supply shortage of corn arising from the cold weather in the US, told Reuters the crisis has eased.
ForFarmers said its net revenue for 2016 declined by 6% to €2.1bn last year, with it citing lower raw material prices and the impact of a weaker pound sterling.
Work is about to get underway on ADM’s fifth feed facility in China.
Nutriad has traditionally focused on the swine and poultry segments in Asia, but is now looking to target the cattle market in the region, bringing insights from other ruminant markets...
High feed costs are putting Australian pork producers at a disadvantage, but a bumper harvest could offer some relief in 2017.
In times of high feed ingredient prices, dairy cows may be seeing a new ingredient in their ration – hulless barley, says researcher.
Global demand may support an expansion of US soybean exports, while other feed grains look for a rebalancing year, says analyst.
There was a decrease in EU compound feed production in 2016 – it was down 1% on 2015, according to data released by FEFAC this week.
Wilbur Ross, the new US commerce secretary, has been welcomed by the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA).
Despite continuing interest in organic feed production, organic crops production is not keeping pace, says analyst.
January 2018 will see new rules enter force in the EU aimed at curbing speculation in products such as wheat, maize and soybeans.
The US Grains Council and ethanol groups are asking the Trump administration for support to secure the Chinese DDGS and ethanol markets.
Minnesota Soybean Processors are in the early stages of doubling production with a new, $240m soybean facility in North Dakota.
Foreign feed companies are extending their reach in the Vietnamese market, according to the country’s ministry of agriculture.
Despite concerns about heavy rain in Argentina causing additional crop loss for producers, conditions are considered to have stablished: USDA
Agribusiness had a challenging year in terms of global macroeconomics but finished strong, says Bunge as it released its Q4 2016 results.
DSM said it had a very strong 2016, one that was well ahead of strategic goals, as it released it full year and Q4 financial results today.
Finnish food and agribusiness, Raisio, estimates its operating profit for 2017 will fall slightly short of earnings for 2016, and predicts exchange rates will continue to hit its EBIT.
Animal feed production for the UK was up 6.4% for poultry and 1.4% for cattle and calves but down 5.3% for pigs in December 2016 compared to same month a year earlier.
The USDA raised US 2016/17 wheat exports by 50m bushels to 1,025m, which it said reflects a strong pace to date.
The pressure on the UK organic protein feed supply is motivating some farmers to start cultivating domestic sources.
The Danish Agro group, which operates, primarily, in the Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea region, has posted pre-tax profits of €84m for 2016 - an improvement of 3.8% on 2015.