All news articles for May 2022

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Cargill to build new soybean plant in Missouri

By Jane Byrne

Cargill is to build a new soybean crushing facility in Pemiscot County, in Southeast Missouri to support growing domestic and global demand for oilseeds driven by food, feed, and fuel markets.

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Tunicate meal does not compromise pellet quality

By Jane Byrne

Nofima, in the hunt for new and sustainable fish feed proteins, has been testing the technical quality of tunicate meal, along with its nutritional constraints, since both determine possible inclusion levels in fish feed.

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Greenpeace blocks soy cargo ship at Dutch port for 18 hours

By Jane Byrne

Greenpeace Netherlands said that, during a period of 18 hours, over 60 activists from all over Europe, volunteering with the NGO, were able to block a mega-ship arriving in the Netherlands with 60 million kilos of soy from Brazil.

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Agri-commodity market tracker

US soy and corn planting confidence grows

By Jane Byrne

As Brent crude sharply lowers on increased concerns for lockdowns in China, the impact is weighing on all markets, say UK analysts.

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Adisseo partnering with Entobel to optimize insect rearing

By Jane Byrne

Adisseo and Entobel have agreed to collaborate on R&D work aimed at better understanding and enhancement of insect rearing; they are hoping to gain further insights into the nutritional requirements of Black Soldier Fly larvae (BSFL).

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