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Brazil expected to export record level of soybeans

By Jane Byrne

A USDA attaché report for Brazil has increased the 2022/23 forecast for the country’s soybean production to 153 million metric tons (MMT). It also revises upwards its soybean export estimate to 97MMT, a new record.

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Novus acquires Agrivida, looks to develop new feed additives

By Jane Byrne

Novus International has acquired biotech company Agrivida Inc. The deal gives the US animal health and nutrition company ownership of Agrivida's INTERIUS technology, which is designed to embed feed additives inside grain.

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GB feed materials register website launched

By Jane Byrne

The key feed trade associations in the UK, in consultation with the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS), have agreed to publish a GB register of feed materials to provide an online platform for the notification of new ingredients.

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US soybean exports outpacing last season

By Jane Byrne

Soybean markets remained supported in recent days due to dwindling US supply amid incredibly strong export demand, finds a CRM Agri report.

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Protenga gets funding boost from The Yield Lab Asia Pacific

By Jane Byrne

The Yield Lab Asia Pacific is the latest investor in Asian insect ingredient developer, Protenga. The Singapore-based company’s most recent funding round also saw participation from SEEDS Capital and JBI Innovations.

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Guest article

The year ahead: EU feed industry outlook

By Alexander Döring

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.

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Reports from EuroTier 2022

Balchem: Supplementation of cows with choline benefits the calf

By Jane Byrne

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.

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Landmark biodiversity agreement achieved at COP15

By Jane Byrne

The UN’s Biodiversity Conference (COP15) ended in Montreal, Canada, yesterday, with a landmark agreement to address biodiversity loss, restore ecosystems, and protect indigenous rights.

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Adisseo snaps up French botanicals firm Nor-Feed

By Jane Byrne

The Adisseo group has inked an agreement to acquire Nor-Feed and its subsidiaries, a group that produces plant-based specialty ingredients and plant extracts for animal nutrition.

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Apple waste could have benefits for chicken gut health

By Jane Byrne

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.

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