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Danish feed firm, BioMar, feeling the strain in Norway

By Jane Byrne

BioMar, in releasing its financial results for FY 2018, said the business performed well in certain geographies and species, except in Norway where the company did not win the sales contracts expected.

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Coceral sees significant increase in EU grain production for 2019

By Jane Byrne

In its first forecast for the 2019 crop, Coceral, the trade group representing the representing EU trade in cereals, rice, feedstuffs, oilseeds, olive oil, oils and fats and agrosupply, projects the EU total grain crop at 298.5 million tons.

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South Africa could be a market for US corn exports

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Drought in South Africa and a related decrease in corn production there could result in that country becoming a new export market option for US corn farmers, says analyst.

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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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Animal nutrition continues to deliver for DSM

By Jane Byrne

DSM says its animal nutrition division had a strong year, with 8% organic growth in the underlying business. The feed additive producer released its overall full year 2018 financial results today [February 14].

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