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China’s declining fishmeal imports

By Jane Byrne

China’s fishmeal imports in January and February 2022 decreased year on year, with Peru, Russia, and Vietnam the top suppliers of the raw material to the Asian country, finds the IFFO.

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April 2022 Hired and Retired: People on the Move

By Jane Byrne

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.

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Iowa to get new swine targeted feed mill

By Jane Byrne

Iowa headquartered farmer owner cooperative, Landus, is partnering with AMVC, the ninth largest pork producer, to build a new feed mill that will produce up to 400,000 tons of swine feed per year.

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Export demand for India’s wheat and corn grows

By Jane Byrne

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to volatility in several sectors of the global economy. For India and the region, trade is being disrupted in the grains, oilseeds, fertilizer, and energy sectors, among others.

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Argentina pauses new export sales of soybean meal

By Jane Byrne

Argentina’s drought has been having a major negative impact on the country’s soybean crop, and the weekend saw its agricultural ministry move to suspend soybean oil and meal export registrations.

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Indian soymeal continues to be outpriced globally

By Jane Byrne

India’s soybean meal exports drastically fell by 82% between October 2021 and January 2022, as Indian soymeal is too pricey compared to other origins, finds a USDA FAS report.

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March 2022: Hired and Retired

By Jane Byrne

This month sees career related developments linked to Cargill, Nutreco and BASF, among other organizations.