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Putting grass protein to the test in pigs

By Jane Byrne

Researchers based at Aarhus University in Foulum, Denmark are optimistic they can partially replace traditional protein ingredients like soy with clover grass in organic pig feed.

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De Heus takes majority stake in Ukrainian feed producer

By Jane Byrne

Dutch feed manufacturer, De Heus, says it has signed a deal to acquire a majority stake in D-Mix in Ukraine, giving it a foothold in feed manufacturing in that country after 10 years of exporting product to Ukraine.

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Reports from IPPE

AFIA: Good biosecurity essential for tackling ASF

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

AFIA works to address foreign animal disease concerns, promote a safe feed supply and prompt open communication about risk with biosecurity guidance development, says director.

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Benefits of phospholipids in sow diets

By Jane Byrne

New research has shown that adding a lysophospholipid (LPL) complex to the diet during lactation improved performance, colostrum and milk immunoglobulins, serum immunoglobulins and blood metabolites, nutrient digestibility and litter weight gain of lactating...

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Atria’s bottom line pays price of high feed costs

By Lynda Searby

As increased animal feed costs are blamed for sub-par profits at Finnish food group Atria, an analyst's advice to meat and poultry producers in Russia, Scandinavia and the Baltics is to 'think about covering some of the raw material requirements...

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