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Mitigating energy and production costs in feed milling

By Jane Byrne

As rising gas and electricity costs pressure feed mill profitability in many markets, feed compounders are looking to maintain maximum feed plant capacity, lower the total costs of ownership of their processing plants, and optimize use of resources to...

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New tools to manage heat stress in cows and rumen acidity

By Jane Byrne

Lallemand Animal Nutrition has developed a tool to predict the negative impact that heat stress has on milk yield and milk quality for dairy cows, milk yield for dairy sheep and goats and growth for beef cattle.

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African and Asian fish to feed on US grains

By Lynda Searby

The US Grains Council (USGC) is advancing a strategy to promote corn co-products including new high protein distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) to aquaculture producers in the high-potential North African and Southeast Asian regions.

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Nutreco launches ambitious new soy and palm oil sourcing policy

By Jane Byrne

Dutch fish feed and animal nutrition group, Nutreco, is aiming to source soy and oil palm ingredients by 2025 that are free from both legal and illegal deforestation, with the purpose of limiting its impact on biodiversity and climate change.

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IFFO expects big increase in use of fishmeal in pig feed in Asia

By Jane Byrne

In 2019 there was little change to report in terms of biggest marine ingredient exporters and importers – Peru remained the main pelagic-based fishmeal and fish oil production and exporting country, while China stayed the biggest importer of fishmeal...

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