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Understanding whole farm nutrient balance said to be key to emission reduction

UK feed advisers are increasing their knowledge around how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on farms.

Can crude glycerin, soybean oil improve the nutritional quality of beef?

Adding crude glycerin, soybean oil to cattle diets may impede saturated fatty acid generation and improve the nutritional quality of meat products, say researchers.

Hansen-Mueller looks to expand footprint with new feed bagging facility

A new facility is set to expand feed bagging, organic processing opportunities for Hansen-Mueller. 

Australia: Grain handler expects massive profit hike on bumper harvest

Australian grain handler, GrainCorp, expects a profit surge arising out of the expected record crop harvest.

Special edition: Asia Pacific Feed Developments

Asia Pacific: FAO championing use of locally available feed resources

The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is carrying out development work in relation to livestock feed in the Asia Pacific region.

FSMA: Penn State extension service wants to hear from feed sector

Feed producers input is needed to help design an extension program's outreach efforts under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

Fishing by-product boosts cattle intake when added to forage diet

Supplementing cattle diets with chitosan boosts dry matter intake, digestion and ruminal behavior, say researchers.

EFSA funds project evaluating mycotoxin co-occurrence risk analysis tools

An EU wide feed and food mycotoxin project has been awarded a €375K grant under an EFSA initiative.

Nutreco challenge: Cheap edible aquaculture vaccines take top spot

Ireland based start-up, MicroSynbiotiX, is the winner of the final of the Nutreco Feed Tech Challenge event.

US feed companies urged to sign up to gain access to Chinese market

Chinese market opportunities await US feed additive and premix producers as market regulation protocols progress.

Antibiotic free chicken production: Tyson Foods shifts up a gear

Tyson Foods is set to switch its retail line of company-branded chicken products to birds raised without any antibiotics.

Kemin’s Russian feed operations set to go live

Kemin says it is to open its new feed manufacturing facilities and office in Russia in April.

EU imposes limits on commodity trading, opponents say new rules 'too permissive'

January 2018 will see new rules enter force in the EU aimed at curbing speculation in products such as wheat, maize and soybeans. 

AMR report prompts further calls to curb use of antibiotics in farming

Multi-drug resistance in Salmonella bacteria is high across the EU but resistance to critically important antimicrobials used to treat severe human cases of Salmonella infection remains low, finds a report by two EU agencies....

Special Edition: Asia Pacific Feed Developments

US DDGS producers seek Trump’s help on Chinese market

The US Grains Council and ethanol groups are asking the Trump administration for support to secure the Chinese DDGS and ethanol markets.

Minnesota soybean co-op looks to double production

Minnesota Soybean Processors are in the early stages of doubling production with a new, $240m soybean facility in North Dakota.

Marine Harvest fish feed plant in Scotland gets green light

Marine Harvest has won approval to go ahead with its salmon feed plant build in Scotland. 

Research shows enzymes improve energy release for broilers

A study shows broilers fed a diet with a reduction in apparent metabolizable energy, N- corrected, and supplemented with amylase and xylanase, in the starter phase, had improved performance. ...

Reports from IPPE

Novus assessing link between maternal nutrition and gene expression in the chick

On-going Novus gut health research in poultry includes a focus on breeder feed and trace mineral load, says researcher director. 

FeedNavigator wants you: sign up for our poultry gut health webinar today

What is needed to reduce the inflammation of the gut in birds?

Find out during our online webinar next week where we discuss ways to boost the intestinal health of poultry, a critical aspect of welfare and productivity. 

News in brief

EFSA identifies data gap in assessment of xylanase

EFSA has found a xylanase is effective for use in pigs for fattening but insufficient evidence prevented it from ruling likewise on its efficacy in broilers and weaned piglets....

European crop report: wheat protein levels on par with 2015

The average protein content of wheat - 11.52% - in Europe this year is about half a percent above that of 2015, found the latest crop report from Evonik.

Study shows limitations of prolonged high feed intake in heifers

Reduced feed intake may boost heifer ovulatory response and embryo production, say researchers.

Jury trial requested in amended complaint

US: Lawsuit claims 'natural' label is misleading if milk from GM feed used

A lawsuit argues the 'all natural' label on a range of Dannon yogurts is misleading as the products "contain ingredients derived from animals who are fed genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and...

Special Edition: Asia Pacific Feed Developments

Vietnam: Debate over influence of international feed players on pricing

Foreign feed companies are extending their reach in the Vietnamese market, according to the country’s ministry of agriculture. 

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