Stories covering methane emissions reduction strategies have proved some of the most compelling for readers over the past few weeks. Our most popular story by a wide margin though was the piece on the prospects for expanded crushing of soybeans in the...
Thsi month's overview of who is moving where in the global feed and agriculture sectors includes two femaile hires in exciting roles at COFCO International and Alltech. Tyson Foods and Scoular have promoted staff while Aker BioMarine and Hamlet Protein...
This month's careers gallery features exits, new hires and promotions at companies such as Nutreco businesses - Trouw Nutrition and Skretting - along with appointments at AB Agri and French insect producer, InnovaFeed, among others.
A report on a new Cargill premix plant, a piece on likely insect protein production output by 2030, stories on new protein developments, along with news about PAP legislation in the EU were some of the most shared articles on social media sites this year
UKRI has pledged over £2.2m (US$3.1m) to seven agri-tech firms to develop new agricultural techniques that will help countries meet their net zero emission targets. The funding is being awarded through UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) UK-Canada: enhancing...
Changes at the top in Cargill this month, as well on the board of ForFarmers; we also repot on recent recruitment to aid expansion plans at Devenish, a new buyer at former foodstuffs to feed processor, SugaRich, and a new nutrition hire at Anitox.
We look at industry exits and new appointments over the past four weeks. Our career gallery tracks appointments at single cell protein producer, Calysta, at feed additive supplier, AB Vista, new feed space entrants and more.
We track recent career moves at Nutreco and at the largest German feed manufacturer, DTC, as well as new hires in feed suppliers like AkerBioMarine, Wilbur-Ellis Nutrition, AB Vista and Corbion, along with the latest appointments at trade groups.
Compassion in World Farming has announced the winners of the Good Animal Welfare awards in recognition of companies that have pushed ahead with their commitments to improve conditions for farm animals in the face of COVID-19 uncertainty.
Coronavirus stories were evidently the hard hitters last month but the most read piece in April was actually one about the sanctions Cargill faced over reported feed manufacturing violations at a plant in the US.
This month sees plenty of movement in terms of exits and new hires in the international feed sector, impacting Skretting, Agravis, and trade bodies like the AIC and the American Soybean Association (ASA).