The EU feed sector has noted significant improvement of the COVID-19 outbreak triggered EU ‘Green Lane’ system over the past week, said FEFAC. However, it is still not business as usual throughout the feed supply chain, other obstacles remain.
US farmers are panic buying feed, concerned that they could run out of supplies if feed mills shut due to employees becoming ill, or deliveries are reduced due to truck shortages, according to an article on Bloomberg.
The outbreak of COVID-19 and the subsequent measures implemented by EU governments to contain it have resulted in an abrupt closure of most of the continent’s food services, negatively impacting suppliers to these services from across the agricultural...
Agribusiness giant, ADM, closed a $1.5bn notes offering last week, comprising an $0.5 bn aggregate principal amount of 2.75% notes due in 2025 and an $1bn aggregate principal amount of 3.25% notes due in 2030.
The EU Commission published measures on March 30 that allows member states to carry out official controls on the agri-food chain - animals, plants food and feed - on a more flexible basis, in order to tackle the specific challenges of the situation due...
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.
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.