After a turbulent 2022, with significant geopolitical tensions and high input costs, Alexander Döring, secretary general, European Feed Manufacturers' Federation (FEFAC), looks at what might be in store for the industry in 2023.
Researchers are seeing benefits for the calf from the supplementation of the diets of the cow with choline, according to Balchem Corporation, which has been working with choline for the past 25 years, for both ruminant and monogastric application.
Silvateam is undertaking trials in beef cattle in Brazil on its additive, a blend of chestnut and quebracho tannins and saponins designed to reduce methane emissions in ruminants, following on from its recently formed partnership with JBS.
The US FDA has issued revised guidance for assessing the risk of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in people, which could result from the use of medically important antimicrobial drugs in food-producing animals.
The Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has opened the registration process for a virtual public meeting on its role in the AAFCO feed ingredient definition process.
DSM’s recently updated vitamin supplementation guidance looks to ensure the tool reflects changes in the genetics and management of all farmed animals along with advancements in nutritional understanding.
China’s decision to provide additional subsidies to soybean and grain producers appears to have reaped rewards, with the state officials claiming the former increased by 27% and the latter hitting record levels.
Juice, pulp, and other waste from Empire apples, when injected into broiler chicken eggs before hatching, show signs of boosting the animal’s intestinal health, according to a paper from Cornell University.
Last week saw US senator, Tammy Baldwin, lead a bipartisan group of colleagues in a letter to the US FDA encouraging the agency to review the role that feed additives play in achieving the Biden Administration’s goal of halving economy-wide GHGs by 2030...
Lallemand Animal Nutrition has been expanding its reach in the global pet food business, and this year saw it broaden its companion animal team, which now comprises five specialists, who are based across North America and Europe.
Animal protein companies face strategic challenges of sustainability, animal health and market volatility.They must pivot in 2023 to secure their future, according to Rabobank’s Global Animal Protein Outlook 2023.
DSM is to significantly cut back production of vitamin C at its Jiangshan, China based facility, with immediate effect. It says it will re-evaluate the situation in late January 2023, after the Chinese New Year.