All news articles for February 2018

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Toxic threat from fumonisins in feed on the rise

By Paul Gander

The global threat profile from mycotoxins in raw commodities and finished feeds is shifting significantly towards fumonisins, known to particularly affect corn and soy, according to detailed survey data from 2017.

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Organic accreditation for novel feed protein

By Jane Byrne

Methane gas to feed protein producer, Calysta, says its protein product, branded as FeedKind, has been approved for use as an ingredient in organic systems for feed by Organic Farmers & Growers (OF&G), the UK organic certification control body.

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Is a feed revolution on the way?

By Jane Byrne

Find out at Feed Protein Vision in Amsterdam in March where supermarket and food service giants, livestock and fish feed manufacturers as well as agribusiness market analysts and leading academics will weigh up the transformation capabilities of new protein...

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Challenging fourth quarter for Bunge

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Bunge reports drops in net income and segment earnings for the end of 2017 stemming, in part, lower soy crush margins.

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Special Edition: Reports from IPPE

Guidance, clarity continue to be needed in FSMA roll-out

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

AFIA is seeking additional regulatory guidance and more information regarding work with animal feed-specific hazards and hazard mitigation in its ongoing efforts to help the industry address FSMA, says VP.