A bid to streamline the export of US feed ingredients is underway with a new certification process that aims to help manufacturers comply with complex quality protocols in countries such as Brazil and China.
DSM is expecting further growth in meat production this year, an opportunity for its animal nutrition segment that showed flat organic growth in 2013 following weak demand, disease outbreaks and price pressure on vitamin E.
A huge question mark hangs over the future use of porcine plasma in feed, says the boss of a Canadian feed manufacturer that was forced this month to recall feed pellets linked to the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea (PED) virus.
Are feed safety schemes robust enough when it comes to food safety and fraud management? This is one of the questions being put by the initiators of a global feed safety scheme benchmarking drive who are currently reviewing the public consultation phase...
Scott Ainslie, director of strategic marketing and technology at Cargill, recently chatted with FeedNavigator about the broad range of challenges facing the animal feed market, from finding ways to better feed a growing global population to new carbon...
US animal agriculture's consumption of US-grown soybean meal increased by 1 million tons—equivalent to the meal from 42 million bushels of soybeans—in the 2011-12 marketing year, according to a soy checkoff-funded report.
Supplements of turmeric oil, capsicum oleoresin, or garlic botanical for weaned pigs may boost the animals’ immune system and reduce the adverse effects associated with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus, says a new study.
Despite the use of trace minerals to supplement the diets of ruminants, swine and poultry is a universal practice, the market varies widely in terms of quality, safety, consistency, bioavailability and value to producers.