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Whyte to drive BioMar’s Australian operations

By Jane Byrne

BioMar, in announcing the appointment of a new MD for its Australian operations, said its new feed production site in Tasmania is scheduled to start operations either late Q4 2019 or early Q1 2020.

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Cargill sees leadership shuffle

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Cargill Animal Nutrition and the company’s agricultural supply chain segment are set to see new leadership starting in June.

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Elanco looks to grow nutritional health portfolio

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Moving forward as an independent, animal health focused company, Elanco Animal Health is set to develop product lines for poultry and aquaculture while keeping its attention on the ruminant and swine sectors, says VP.

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BioMar ties up loose ends in Chile with factory buy-out

By Jane Byrne

Danish fish feed maker, BioMar, has acquired the 50% remaining shares in the Chilean factory, APSA, ending what is said was over 10 years of successful collaboration with salmon, trout and tilapia producer, AquaChile, in the operation of that facility....

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Agrifirm sees increase in net earnings

By Jane Byrne

Despite a slight decrease in revenue, Dutch feed and agribusiness group, Agrifirm, saw its net profit grow by 14.6% in 2018 to €44m (US$49.8m).

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