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US company accused of knowingly supplying tainted feed

US company accused of knowingly supplying tainted feed

By Jane Byrne

Ohio based Shur-Green Farms sold contaminated soy oil soon after an earlier shipment of the product was responsible for causing losses of $1 million and the death of 57,000 turkeys at a network of family farms in Michigan, alleges the US Food and Drug...

Nutreco inks Marine Harvest feed deal

Nutreco inks Marine Harvest feed deal

By Jane Byrne

Nutreco has extended its feed sales contract with Marine Harvest and has managed to reduce its exposure to the loss of business from Mercadona in Spain, said CEO Knut Nesse.

ADM capitalizing on rocketing Chinese meat demand

ADM capitalizing on rocketing Chinese meat demand

By Jane Byrne

Archer Daniels Midlands (ADM) aims to leverage expected growth in the swine, poultry and aquaculture sectors in China over the next decade by expanding its premix footprint there with a new plant. 

System for life cycle assessment of feed hailed as 'milestone'

Special edition: environmental footprint reduction initiatives

System for life cycle assessment of feed hailed as 'milestone'

By Jane Byrne

The new LCA guidelines, developed under the LEAP project, are ‘game changing’ as they synchronize the plethora of existing feed impact assessment methods and provide the feed sector with one set of rules to reduce its environmental footprint, said FEFAC.

Lallemand links up with Texas A&M on yeast research

Lallemand links up with Texas A&M on yeast research

By Jane Byrne

Lallemand Animal Nutrition said it is partnering with the US institute, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, to document mode of action, biomarkers of efficacy and benefits of existing yeast and bacteria strains for beef and dairy cattle.

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