Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) generated substantial profits in the first half of 2022, saying it capitalized on its diversified business portfolio and global network to manage global trade challenges and the fall-out from the war in Ukraine.
Lysine is an essential amino acid for dairy cows, helping boost milk production when added to the diet at adequate levels. Now a new University of Illinois study shows rumen-protected lysine can improve uterine health if fed during the transition period....
The Singapore headquartered company aims to use the proceeds to fund an expansion into new markets; launch new products; accelerate R&D; and create new strategic partnerships, with a new JV facility elsewhere in Southeast Asia on the horizon.
A University of Saskatchewan (USask) research team is partnering with a raft of industry groups to set up a facility on campus to develop and test plant- and insect-derived proteins to replace the fishmeal in feed for aquaculture.
The Biden-Harris administration, though the USDA, is investing up to US$2.8bn in 70 projects that address poultry, ruminant, and pork feed innovation along with methane emissions reduction in dairy production, among a raft of other targets.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), part of the World Bank Group, is teaming up with the Nigerian subsidiary of Israeli feed maker, Bar Magen LTD, to increase production of livestock feed and the development of feed storage facilities in the...
Canadian canola production has, for some time, been expected to bounce back after last year’s severe drought. Confirmation of this return in production potential for the 2022-23 season has been backed by Statistics Canada.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is investing to accelerate Bactolife’s objective of developing effective and affordable food and feed ingredients to combat some of the largest gut health issues worldwide.
The US FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) says registration is open for a virtual public listening session on the agency’s regulation of animal feeds claiming, for example, to enable environmental or production gains.
Climate change is something that concerns all ocean scientists, but it hasn’t negatively affected many major fisheries thus far, including those most important to the omega-3s industry, an expert says.