Methane Reduction

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Guest Article

EU feed industry outlook 2022

By Jane Byrne

Once again, FEFAC president, Asbjørn Børsting, looks back on EU feed industry developments this year and what lies ahead.

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Meat companies looking to feed to reduce emissions

By Jane Byrne

It is becoming increasingly clear that Europe’s meat sector needs to take major steps to move towards the goals on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as set out in the European Green Deal, says an analyst.

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Microbiome research stops methane in its tract

By Lynda Searby

Research center APC Microbiome is on a mission to develop microbiome solutions to industry challenges such as anti-microbial resistance, pathogen persistence and methane production.

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Compound feed production volumes for EU and UK better than forecast

By Jane Byrne

Industrial compound feed production in the EU and UK remained stable in 2020 despite the combined effect of the spread of animal diseases including African swine fever (ASF) and Avian influenza (HPAI) along with the disruption brought on by the COVID-19...

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Greening cattle diets, US company looks to the ocean

By Jane Byrne

US company, Blue Ocean Barns, says it has developed a feed supplement from the red seaweed, Asparagopsis taxiformis, which, when minimally processed and fed in small amounts to cattle, significantly reduces their methane emissions.