Accounts just filed by Vivergo Fuels, a UK ethanol producer and a leading feed - DDGS - supplier in the UK market, show that, in the year up to the end of August, just before the plant closed, it made a loss before tax of £68.6m (US$87.9m).
An international group of researchers in a study saw that incorporation of the microalgae, Scenedesmus sp., of up to 10% in low fishmeal diet did not affect the feed intake, growth and chemical composition of salmon.
Pigs, under a premium pork brand from the German food retailer, Edeka Südwest, are now being fed with certified European soybeans, reported Donau Soja, an Austrian not-for-profit initiative promoting GM-free soy production in Europe.
DSM says its animal nutrition division had a strong year, with 8% organic growth in the underlying business. The feed additive producer released its overall full year 2018 financial results today [February 14].
The Cherkizovo Group, the largest vertically integrated meat and feed producer in Russia, is one of several agribusiness operators in that country being investigated for alleged tax evasion. That company says it remains tax compliant.
Black Soldier Fly (BSF) derived protein and single cell proteins from bacterial sources are two products nominated by an expert group as having potential in terms of new feed inputs for pigs and poultry.
Alltech has a mission is to help over half of UK ruminant farms reduce total feed losses within three years. It says with better insight into key areas of current wastage, UK dairy farmers can make informed decisions on how to realize more potential from...
A team involving Chilean and UK based researchers tested the effects of including different fat sources in dairy cow diets in the form of unprocessed oilseeds including rapeseed, linseed and cottonseed simultaneously on methane emissions, nitrogen utilization...
Feed production in Great Britain (GB) was up 4% for cattle and calves, 1.7% for poultry and down 3.3% for pigs from July to December 2018, compared with the same period in 2017/18, according to a new report from AHDB.