EFSA has adopted the renewal guidance for EU feed additive applications, aimed at helping applicants with the preparation of dossiers for the renewal of the authorization of feed additives in line with Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003.
A newly published study corroborates previous research papers reporting zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu) excretion from grower‐finisher pigs could be reduced by perhaps 50% without negative effects on growth by reducing trace mineral supplements below commercially...
The Dutch agribusiness bank's outlook for animal protein markets globally sees pork production returning to growth in 2021, but the analysts say it will be a gradual recovery process, as African swine fever (ASF) is still active.
The UK’s National Pig Association (NPA) has stressed the sector’s commitment to sustainable sourcing of soy, as the UK government looks to introduce new laws designed to halt agri-commodity related deforestation.
Evonik is expanding its customer service offering for its animal nutrition customers with a new e-business portal called myAMINO; it says this is an important milestone in its digitalization strategy to strengthen its animal nutrition division.
We report, in snippet format, on news developments this week, from a new DSM premix site in China, to the new extrusion line at BioMar’s Ecuador facility getting the green light, and single cell protein producer, iCell inking a deal with a US engineering...
The risk of avian influenza moving into previously unaffected European countries is high, according to an update published today by EFSA which shows that the virus is spreading rapidly across the continent.
Almost all supermarkets in France – Carrefour, Casino, Auchan, Lidl, Système U, Mousquetaires and Leclerc – announced measures to end the use of soy produced on deforested land this week, according to a release from French campaigners, Canopée.