Recently released economic research from the University of Kent, University of Reading and IHS Markit, reveals the extent to which UK consumers dislike food produced using production methods such as hormones in beef, and chlorine washed chicken.
US company, Blue Ocean Barns, says it has developed a feed supplement from the red seaweed, Asparagopsis taxiformis, which, when minimally processed and fed in small amounts to cattle, significantly reduces their methane emissions.
We look at industry exits and new appointments over the past four weeks. Our career gallery tracks appointments at single cell protein producer, Calysta, at feed additive supplier, AB Vista, new feed space entrants and more.
Industry should be prepared for a ‘massive global financial crash’, says Gira Meat Director Rupert Claxton, who does not expect poultry, beef, and pork markets to be back at pre-COVID levels by next year.
DSM says it is building on its work to date on feed enzymes, on algae derived omega-3 and on methane emissions reduction to lead what it terms a robust and achievable transformation worldwide in sustainable animal protein production.
Large scale on-farm studies involving over 1,200 herds across the US and Europe are said to demonstrate the ability of a nutritional supplement from Phibro Animal Health to help dairy cows maintain a healthy immune system.