The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is highlighting how companies with unused, out-of-date or stale food from the ongoing coronavirus outbreak can redistribute products for the animal feed market.
The companies have also been highlighting their role in maintaining the feed and food supply chain during the pandemic, and the steps being taken to prevent the COVID-19 coronavirus from entering their facilities.
In the latest instalment of Feed Matters, FeedNavigator’s podcast series, we talk to Steven Read, chief operating officer, ForFarmers UK, to hear how the company is navigating a trading landscape utterly changed by the outbreak of COVID-19 globally.
The US National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) is seeking clarity and flexibility in federal transportation regulations for feed, feed ingredient, grain and agricultural products to support producers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Changing elements in swine feed to boost nutritional content and improving management practices to address hygiene, biosecurity and stress help farms reduce the overall use of antibiotics in production, says Trouw Nutrition following a project in Brazil....
In the context of the COVID-19 outbreak, the US Department of Homeland Security has issued guidance, saying US feed and ingredient company employees along with feed crop producers are essential for critical infrastructure.
Ivan Rychlik, who is based in the Veterinary Research Institute, in Brno in the Czech Republic, was talking around the idea of next generation probiotics for poultry at the FeedNavigator Summit 2020: Young Animal Nutrition in Amsterdam, earlier this month....