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Higher prices drive profits for BioMar

By Jane Byrne

BioMar says it grew its reported revenue by 41% in Q3, even with slightly lower volume sales than last year, while earnings recovered significantly compared to the same quarter in 2021.

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BioMar Australia to supply algal-oil based feeds

By Jane Byrne

BioMar Australia says it has recently commissioned a new dedicated algal oil facility at its Wesley Vale factory in north west Tasmania, with the aim of reducing the amount of fish oil in its salmon feed.

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ForFarmers CEO Yoram Knoop to step down

By Jane Byrne

ForFarmers chief executive, Yoram Knoop, and member of the company’s executive board is to step down from those roles after the shareholders' AGM next April.

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Kansas to get new $325m soybean crushing plant

By Jane Byrne

A new US$325m soybean processing facility to benefit supply chains for renewable fuels, food products and animal feeds will be constructed by Bartlett in southeastern Kansas, in the US.

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