All news articles for December 2021

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Guest Article

EU feed industry outlook 2022

By Jane Byrne

Once again, FEFAC president, Asbjørn Børsting, looks back on EU feed industry developments this year and what lies ahead.

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Most shared stories of 2021

By Jane Byrne

A report on a new Cargill premix plant, a piece on likely insect protein production output by 2030, stories on new protein developments, along with news about PAP legislation in the EU were some of the most shared articles on social media sites this year

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US academic recognized for animal feed enzyme work

By Jane Byrne

In recognition of his pioneering work on livestock nutrition, Xingen Lei, professor of animal science at Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) was named a Fellow of the US National Academy of Inventors (NAI) on December 7.

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What’s in store for the global oilseeds market in 2022?

By Jane Byrne

Palm oil production is set to recover next year in Malaysia, while soybean production in Brazil is forecast to reach record levels. Although, La Niña is set to play a critical part in the ultimate outcome of the latter, said the CRM Agri team.

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What headwinds can US agriculture expect in 2022?

By Jane Byrne

The US grain, farm supply and biofuels sectors enter 2022 facing a mixture of inflationary headwinds, supply chain bottlenecks and high-energy prices that present challenges but also a few opportunities, finds an outlook from CoBank.

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WASDE: No game changers or dramatic surprises

By Jane Byrne

The was limited revision to soybean and corn estimates in the latest WASDE but the global wheat supply and demand this month has eased slightly, with the report forecasting an increase in global production estimates.