All news articles for March 2019

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Phileo Lesaffre surprised by EFSA finding

By Jane Byrne

Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care said the recent EFSA opinion questioning the efficacy of its Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-4407 product in ruminant production was unexpected.

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New test to judge the quality of corn DDGS

By Jane Byrne

Evonik has launched a new testing service for corn DDGS used in feed production. The analytical service, AMINORED 2.0, allows rapid and reliable evaluation of the nutritional value distiller's dried grains with solubles (DDGS), detecting the impact...

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CGF: Mobilizing local action is key to stopping soy deforestation

By Jane Byrne

The Consumer Goods Forum, through the Soy Buyers’ Coalition (SBC), aspires to work closely with soy producers, traders, local governments, investors, NGOs and more in the main soy sourcing regions, where deforestation is a risk.

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EFSA feed additive assessments thwarted by data gaps

By Jane Byrne

EFSA said it was unable to determine the efficacy of a yeast strain from Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care when used in dairy and beef cattle, due to gaps in studies provided to it by the applicants.

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Gut health, young animal nutrition and Agtech on Cargill's radar

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Focusing on young animal nutrition, boosting gut health and the sustainability of the livestock and poultry sectors are some of the ways Cargill is seeking to address current and future industry challenges, says managing director.