All news articles for November 2018

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Poland poised to postpone ban on GM feed

By Jane Byrne

The Polish government look sets to postpone the impending ban on genetically modified (GM) livestock feed and GM derived feed ingredients through to December 31, 2020.

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Reports from EuroTier 2018

Proper feeding of calves … it begins with the cow

By Jane Byrne

Cow nutrition, especially in the dry period, in the last three months, seems to be of high importance for the ability of the calf to deal with pathogens, to respond properly to vaccines and to deal with feed ingredients, said Dr Hans-Joachim Schuberth...

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Reports from EuroTier 2018

What production trends are driving swine feed innovation at Agrifirm?

By Jane Byrne

Pig farmers in Northwestern Europe are working under tremendous constraints today, in terms of a shift away from antibiotics usage, the removal of zinc oxide and a reduction in copper inclusion levels. Agrifirm says it was mindful of those developments...

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French insect feed protein producer gets €40m cash injection

By Jane Byrne

InnovaFeed, an Evry, France-based biotech company producing Black Soldier Fly (BSF) derived protein for the feed industry, has raised another €40m in funding from international investors, bringing to over €55m the total amount of funds it has generated...

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Reports from EuroTier 2018

Cargill and Cainthus moving to next phase in digital technology deployment

By Jane Byrne

Cargill, which has a strategic partnership with Irish technology start-up, Cainthus, to bring its groundbreaking AI technology to dairy farms across the world, said it would be accelerating the commercial deployment of the visual tracking system from...

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Wet weather slows US feed crop harvest

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Despite setting a maturation rapid pace earlier this year, some US feed crops are seeing slower harvests than in previous years.

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