Despite predominant uncertainties stemming from sea freight, feed additive markets have been exhibiting reduced volatility in the pre and post Chinese New Year period compared to previous years, finds Kemiex.
Speakers at a conference organized by the AFIA at IPPE 2024 provided insights into how sustainability within the feed industry fits into the broader food supply chain and provides solutions for its customers.
Soybean futures faced a setback following the USDA's highly anticipated monthly WASDE crop report, which revealed a larger-than-expected upgrade to its projections for US stocks in the 2023/24 season, according to insights from CRM Agri.
Leah Wilkinson, vice president of public policy and education at the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA), addressed the complexities of navigating Washington DC during an election year, at IPPE last week.
Calysta has received official approval from China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA) for the utilization of its single-cell protein (SCP) product, FeedKind, in aquaculture feeds for fish and shrimp in China.
The Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO), following two years of evaluation, has granted Ÿnsect the first authorization for the commercialization of defatted mealworm proteins in the US.
ADM shares plummeted by a staggering 24%, according to media reports on Monday, following the decision to place its CFO, Vikram Luthar, on administrative leave amid an ongoing investigation into accounting practices within its nutrition business.
The Consumer Price Index released today shows the price of eggs is climbing again as producers scramble to contain a highly contagious outbreak of avian flu that the US Department of Agriculture estimates has infected more than 50 flocks in the last 30...
The latest Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer reading indicates that farmers have more moderate inflation expectations compared to a year ago, but many are still worried about input costs.
We track various incidents in the past week impacting the US feed and pet food sectors from a damaged pipeline serving a Bunge soy processing site in Indiana, to a lawsuit filed against Tyson Foods and an expanded recall of pet food.
2024 is shaping up to be a busy year for US lawmakers, with critical legislative actions on bills—such as the farm bill, appropriations, defense, and trade agreements—on the docket. Several policy issues are poised to challenge US animal food manufacturers,...
The feed ingredients basket has seen substantial turbulence throughout 2023. As in the past, resilience has prevailed. Priorities should remain volumes, responsible sourcing, and accountability, Petter Martin Johannessen, director general of the IFFO,...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has warned that funding to support climate-smart agrifood systems is ‘strikingly low’ and has plummeted in the past year despite the growing urgency to stave off climate change.
The Innovative Feed Enhancement and Economic Development Act was introduced in the US House of Representatives on December 7. Supporters describe it as an important piece of legislation that will improve the regulatory environment for new feed ingredients
After Perdue Farms received unsolicited but ultimately what it characterized as “fair” criticism for its approach to animal care years ago, the protein producer began inviting annually animal welfare advocates, farmers, academics and stakeholders from...