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Coronavirus: UK pig sector could take surplus milk

By Jane Byrne

The current shutdown of the UK food service and hospitality sectors due to restrictions in place over the coronavirus outbreak means there is a lot of surplus milk, which potentially presents an opportunity to some pig producers, said the UK National...

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Bearish maize market due to large global supplies

By Jane Byrne

Weakness in the maize market is arising out of lower demand in the US on the back of weak crude oil and reduced fuel demand, and reduced ethanol demand, according to the latest AHDB cereals and oilseeds market report.

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Structure needs to be built into piglet feed formulations

By Jane Byrne

Feed millers need to start demanding more coarse substrates from suppliers for their pelleted piglet diets, said Francesc Molist, manager, research and development, Schothorst Feed Research in the Netherlands.

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China lengthens methionine anti-dumping investigation

By Jane Byrne

The Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China (MOFCOM) has extended the investigation period of its methionine anti-dumping case against imports of methionine originating in Singapore, Malaysia and Japan by six months, reported Evonik....

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Anpario is getting ahead of the COVID-19 curve

By Jane Byrne

Volume demand is buoyant, noted UK headquartered feed additive company, Anpario, last week as its CEO debriefed us on the company’s coronavirus contingency plans.

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Keeping the faith in our resilient sector

By Jane Byrne

Paul Featherstone, procurement director at surplus food to animal feed processor, SugaRich, says, more than ever, we have to trust in the strength and resilience of the agricultural sector, work together, and make sensible, practical decisions to keep...

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