Today sees the EU Commission adopt the decision to amend the feed ban regulation, allowing the use of processed animal proteins (PAPs) and insects to feed non-ruminant farmed animals such as pigs and poultry.
UK pig sector representatives, NPA, has welcomed a new £19.2m (US$26.7m) cross-government program to improve the detection and tracking of foodborne and antimicrobial resistant pathogens through the agri-food system.
China’s hog prices sharply declined in the first six months of 2021, to levels lower than imported pork prices. This dramatic change in China, the world’s largest pork importer, will impact the global market, says Rabobank.
Processed animal proteins (PAPs) are an important source of highly concentrated proteins but are expected to provide a relatively limited contribution to reducing the EU and UK deficit in home-produced proteins for feed use, said the AIC
A phage cocktail reduced Salmonella count to below detection limits in broilers, according to the findings of a recent study by experts based at AB Agri, along with the Universities of Leicester and Nottingham.