The EU feed industry is aiming to shift gear in terms of its vision for the future, it says the time has come to move from the defensive to the offensive and show what animal nutrition can do in terms of challenges like antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Further enhancing the documentation around the inactivation step used to control contaminants in feed mills and crushing plants will ensure greater safety and ensure traceability of feed, said Béatrice Conde-Petit, group expert, Food Science and Technology,...
The 8th International Feed Regulators Meeting (IFRM) in Atlanta last week saw government officials from around world exchange ideas with feed industry delegates on how best to manage fraud in the feed chain.
IPPE attendees heard about the latest findings into the links between feed and porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) virus, the prospects for the US swine sector over the next 12 months and the impact of the removal of antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) in...
Next generation probiotic research is focused on the use of indicators such as blood biomarkers to show the efficacy of the microorganisms in terms of immunology and gastrointestinal tract functionality, says a R&D specialist.
At EuroTier 2014 we heard about the latest research findings in poultry nutrition, a new ingredient for lactating sows that benefits piglets and the feeding strategies Danish piglet producers use in the absence of antibiotics.
Feed is the single largest expense item in aquaculture so EuroTier 2014 saw active debate on the future of aqua feed formulation with experts discussing the benefits of both plant based and processed animal derived proteins as fish meal alternatives.
The feed industry and livestock producers are recognising the importance of feeding their animals an optimum nutrient supply in the first few weeks of life in order to get productivity gains throughout that animal’s lifetime.
The mycotoxins, DON and FUM, were found in over 50% of feed grains samples analyzed by Biomin in its latest survey of the prevalence of mycotoxins in cereals globally, with piglets at risk from the levels of DON concentrates found.