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COP25: Novel feed ingredients, SBT methodology, EU Green Deal

By Jane Byrne

The private sector should expand its reach and not only focus on profits and return on investments but pursue its ethical responsibilities to ensure the communities where they operate address poverty reduction, sustainable food security and societal wellbeing,...

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Feed and agribusiness career moves this month

By Jane Byrne

The international animal feed and agribusiness sector has seen significant movements in terms of career shifts and new hires in the past few weeks. Check out our gallery for all the job news.

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Delayed spring planting hampers US feed crop harvest

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Feed grain producers continue to see challenges from delayed spring planting as corn crops remain in the field and saturated soils raise questions about next year’s progress and planting decisions.

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Trade and regulatory hurdles top of mind for new AFIA head

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Helping the feed and grain industry prepare for the future, looking at regulatory hurdles, and expanding trade opportunities are some of the goals of the new head of the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA).

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New online courses offer bespoke training for feed professionals

By Jane Byrne

The European Institute of Innovation and Technologies (EIT) Food in collaboration with Queen's University, Belfast (QUB), The University of Turin (UNITO) and The German Institute of Technologies (DIL) announced that they have come together to create...