Aquaculture

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Cargill sees leadership shuffle

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Cargill Animal Nutrition and the company’s agricultural supply chain segment are set to see new leadership starting in June.

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Moisture control in feed mills could result in real savings

By Jane Byrne

Managing the moisture content in feed formulations is critical as it can compensate for weight losses during feed processing, it can also preserve the shelf life of products and allow for uniform quality of finished feed, says Trouw Nutrition.

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Elanco looks to grow nutritional health portfolio

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Moving forward as an independent, animal health focused company, Elanco Animal Health is set to develop product lines for poultry and aquaculture while keeping its attention on the ruminant and swine sectors, says VP.

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Chile turns to feed imports to support expanding meat production

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The USDA expects production of broiler chicken and pork to keep growing in Chile this year as international demand for its meat products keeps increasing, with the agency also seeing a hike in imported feed grains to support this expansion as domestic...

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Dispatches from GFFC

Technology doesn’t baffle farmers, say experts

By Richard Whitehead

Are farmers baffled by blockchain and dissuaded by data? Do they get fed up with feed apps and antagonized by algorithms. No, say industry tech experts, that may be the perception but the reality is far more nuanced.

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Cargill Q3 sees net income rise, challenges from ASF, market uncertainty

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

African swine fever hampered animal feed sales and soy crush operations, and trade disruptions and uncertainty created challenges across the company even as cost-cutting measures boosted quarterly net earnings, according to Cargill’s third-quarter results.