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The weather and the outcome of the French elections could play a pivotal role in the European wheat market in the coming weeks.
Several US feed crop and agricultural groups are speaking out against a potential plan for the Trump Administration to withdraw from NAFTA.
Organic waste is the opportunity, says Jason Drew, co-founder of the Cape Town headquartered AgriProtein, as he predicts huge growth for the insect protein industry over the next 10 to 15 years.
Cargill is planning to sell its remaining cattle feed yards to Nebraska-based Green Plains.
Salmon producer, Lerøy, says it has reduced its use of marine sourced omega-3 fatty acids by switching to a feed incorporating a DHA laden microalgae product.
After a wet start to the feed crop-planting season, some states are making progress with corn and starting to get soybeans in the ground, says the USDA.
A USDA grant program is offering $150.2m in funding to support foundational research in agriculture, says program leader.
The spotlight is on animal feed in a probe by Taiwanese authorities investigating an incident where eggs were found to have been tainted by dioxin.
The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) and the National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) welcome Sonny Perdue as US secretary of agriculture.
In-silage tannins may make dairy cattle more efficient without the need for additional dietary protein, says researcher.
The FDA says Australia's food system is comparable to the US, but the recognition may not initially bring much change for the feed industry in either country.
In the second of our two articles on his work into protein alternatives, Marinus van Krimpen, animal nutrition researcher, Wageningen Livestock Research, tells us about insights gleaned in a study...
This month, as we look at projects aimed at developing novel sources of proteins for animal feed, we also dip into the archive to give you a flavour of some...
The future for trade in feed ingredients between Mexico and the US hangs in the balance, despite desire to maintain established markets, says expert.
Biotech company, Deinove, is moving up a gear in the process of getting its natural carotenoids for use in feed marketable.
Dutch researchers are weighing up the benefits of seaweed, grass, and microalgae as novel protein sources as well as analyzing the impact of increasing the content of synthetic amino acids...
Lallemand Animal Nutrition says its two new educational resources for dairy cow management are aimed at helping industry better understand the rumen environment and microbial function, along with the potential...
Boosting dietary tryptophan amounts also bumps weight gain, amino acid retention for Nile tilapia eating corn-soy diet, say researchers.
Housefly larva may offer a sustainable alternative protein ingredient for aquaculture or animal feed, and present a nutritional profile similar to fishmeal, says researcher.
Andy Green, sustainability expert at Cert ID Europe, part of the Group ID group, wants to keep a lid on the costs of non-GM verification. We caught up with him to...
A project to benchmark the environmental impact of feed, under the Global Feed LCA Institute (GFLI) initiative, is gathering steam.
A university-led team has developed a set of tools to make climate data and information more accessible and useful to feed producers, says manager.
Black solider fly larva meal may support growth and production of farmed shrimp, if used as a partial fishmeal replacement, says researcher.
Glencore Agriculture says its buy-out of Dorset based animal feed supplier, Mercury Commodities, will enable it to grow its feed business in the UK.
A single cell protein from bacterium Methylobacterium extorquens show similar digestion and supported growth for farmed salmon and shrimp when replacing fishmeal, says researcher.
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