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China launches probe into alleged methionine dumping

By Jane Byrne

China's Ministry of Commerce has just announced anti-dumping investigations concerning the import of the essential amino acid, methionine, from Japan, Malaysia and Singapore.

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US event cancelled over ASF fears

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The US National Pork Producers Council board of directors is canceling the World Pork Expo 2019 in an ‘abundance of caution’ regarding African Swine Fever (ASF).

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WASDE report in line with expectations

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Although the WASDE report brought bearish news for feed crop producers, there was little change in the commodity markets, said Chad Hart, associate professor of economics, crop markets specialist and extension economist with Iowa State University.

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‘Controlling bacteria is better than killing them’

By Richard Whitehead

Micro-organisms should be controlled, rather than killed, to maintain the natural balance of feed and feed additives in a post-antibiotics world, according to Amlan’s senior director of technical service.