The Vietnam Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has decided to postpone the implementation of new maximum levels (MLs) for Salmonella and heavy metals in feed ingredients of plant origin for one year, until July 1, 2021, for further review...
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.
Yeast culture supplementation improved the performance of aged laying hens, potentially through the upregulation of intestinal digestive enzyme activities and intestinal health-related gene expression, finds a study.
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.
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 American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) says the US Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) as achieved a long-awaited major milestone that will boost the trade of US feed products abroad.
Dietary supplementation with Piper betle leaf meal (PBLM) and Persicaria odorata leaf meal (POLM) enhanced broiler chicken production, finds a study by researchers based in Malaysia, Nigeria and Pakistan.
More work is needed to unravel how fiber brings a desirable shift in the intestinal microbiome for improved gut health in chickens, according to a recent review highlighting the importance of fiber in poultry nutrition.
The Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) has launched a program to facilitate the breeding of high-protein corn varieties and promote the development of animal husbandry, according to a report by the state news agency, Xinhua.