BioMar reported very strong revenue growth for its first quarter in 2022 but its earnings were down due to increased costs of raw materials and energy. It is lowering its profit guidance, mainly as a result of the Russia/Ukraine situation.
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.
Skretting ARC has been renamed and restructured into a multi-functional unit incorporating the global marketing, sustainability, and digital teams, along with its experts involved in basic and applied research.
I’Anson Brothers Ltd, a fourth generation, family-owned and managed animal feed manufacturer, has signed contracts enabling work to begin on the construction of its new £20m (US$27.5m) mill in Yorkshire.
Grōv Technologies announced that they have signed a definitive agreement with a dairy operation in drought stricken, West Texas, to build what will be the largest controlled environment feed center in the US.
Agrifirm has been busy globally and domestically in recent weeks, tapping into the major e-commerce trend in China, expanding in Brazil and investigating ways to reduce methane emissions in a new research partnership in the Netherlands.
Air leaks and steam trap malfunctions: US feed industry trade body, the AFIA, had produced a guidance document aimed at, among other issues, preventing feed facilities from incurring unnecessary costs arising from wasted energy.
Cargill Animal Nutrition is to enter into a strategic partnership with Dutch family-owned feed manufacturer, Fuite, to build a premix, concentrate and young animal nutrition production facility in Hasselt, the Netherlands.
ForFarmers says it is looking to modernize its mill in Izegem in Belgium, while at the same time close another feed manufacturing facility in that country, in its strategy to ensure more efficient and sustainable production processes.
De Heus is to acquire Coppens Diervoeding, a feed manufacturer strategically located in Helmond, in the Netherlands, with a 400k capacity feed plant and a strong regional position within the pig and broiler sector.
Dutch compound feed and animal nutrition player, Nutreco, has announced its investment in food tech start-up ENOUGH, a company developing high scale sustainable protein production via fungal fermentation.
Russia’s largest meat producer, the Cherkizovo Group, has announced a series of investments aimed at boosting regional pork and poultry production over the next two to three years, including the construction of a feed plant.
UK ruminant feed producer, NWF Agriculture, is celebrating its 150th anniversary this month. We ask the company what it sees as the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the UK feed milling industry right now.
French agribusiness group, Avril, is looking at acquisitions in animal nutrition and farmer services, along with its other sectors it has identified as having significant potential: specialty ingredients, consumer brands, and renewable energy.
Philippines headquartered, Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc (AEV), is weighing up a sale of a minority stake in its feed business, Pilmico Foods Corp., reported Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the move.
As part of its strategy for growth, ABN has unveiled its plan to build what will be the UK’s biggest, state-of-the-art, feed mill in the East of England, capable of producing 1m tons of pig and poultry feed on an annual basis.
Private investment group, Tattarang, owned by Australian mining and agribusiness billionaire, Andrew Forrest, has spent AUS$12mn (US$9.3m) on a stake in leading domestic feed manufacturer, Ridley Corporation.