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Alltech focusing on poultry, dairy production in Nepal

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Alltech is expanding its presence in Nepal to support market development and the expansion of animal production with a focus on efforts with poultry and dairy cows, says regional director.

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Special Edition: Early Animal Nutrition

Why is methionine important for young chicks?

By Jane Byrne

Poultry feed producers today have multiple options for supplementing birds’ diets with a crystalline form of methionine (Met) including DL- methionine and, more recently, L- methionine, but Evonik says accuracy in supplementation of Met is critical for...

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DSM expands premix production in India

By Jane Byrne

Last week saw DSM open its second animal nutrition and health premix plant in India. The factory is located in Jadcherla, near Hyderabad.

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Two acquisitions help diversify Zinpro product portfolio

By Jane Byrne

US trace mineral producer, Zinpro Corporation, is acquiring two US companies involved in water-soluble-based animal nutrition and nutritional support products - Paragon Specialty Products (PSP), which is based in Alabama, and CouvLotta, which is located...

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Swine and poultry markets deliver for Chr. Hansen

By Jane Byrne

Chr. Hansen, in releasing the group’s 2017/2018 financial results yesterday, said its animal health business was positively impacted by strong growth in silage and solid growth in swine and poultry.

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Dispatches from World Nutrition Forum

Biomin reveals roadmap for unlocking future growth

By Jane Byrne

Biomin is in expansion mode. It recently broke ground on a new mineral feed and premix production plant in Austria, while, in November 2017, it increased its capacity in the fast-growing Chinese market with the opening of a production plant in Wuxi, Jiangsu...

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News in Brief

Korean and Chinese firms in lysine alliance

By Jane Byrne

South Korea’s Daesang announced yesterday that it had signed a contract to transfer its lysine technology to China’s Chengfu Group for 10 billion won (US$8.82m), according to local media reports.

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