In an outlook on Iraq’s grain and feed usage, the USDA forecasts that feed sector consumption of grain will rise on population growth and the increasing demand for meat and dairy products, a trend fueling a pick-up in the Iraqi livestock sector.
The US National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) and other organizations called for US congress support for a bill that helps US agricultural suppliers, producers and transporters by ensuring hours-of-service rules are consistent throughout the year...
Compassion in World Farming has announced the winners of the Good Animal Welfare awards in recognition of companies that have pushed ahead with their commitments to improve conditions for farm animals in the face of COVID-19 uncertainty.
A US study suggests that DSM’s feed additive, 3-NOP, is a promising candidate for reducing enteric methane emissions, while maintaining lactational performance in dairy cows and potentially increasing milk fat yield.
The Dutch government’s plan to reduce nitrogen-based pollution lacks ambition, according to the final report from the Advisory Council, a committee set up to advise the Dutch officials on such emissions reduction.
Tensions are rising in Argentina over the government decision to expropriate the financially challenged, Vicentin SAIC, a diversified agribusiness and one of the largest Argentinian-owned exporters of soybean meal and other soy-based products.
The Feed Adviser Register (FAR) run by UK feed and ag services trade group, Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC), has launched a new initiative to allow farmers find nearby feed companies that employ registered feed advisers.
Forum for the Future has released a new report Growing our Future, bringing together insights from over 60 organizations exploring regenerative agriculture, highlighting the benefits of such an approach for food, feed and other agricultural supply chains....
The USDA estimates that 2020 EU dairy production will be stagnant relative to 2019 due to global market volatility and lower demand for dairy products following the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly during the spring and summer months.
FEFAC and other food and feed supply chain representatives welcomed this week’s release by the European Commission of new biodiversity and farm to fork (F2F) strategies, while stressing their concerns about certain aspects of those publications.