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ASF: Asian markets ban German pork imports

By Jane Byrne

Japan has joined China, South Korea and Singapore in terms of the Asian markets that have imposed a ban on German pork imports after the EU country confirmed its first case of African swine fever last week.

Key learnings from Covid-19 for the EU feed sector

Key learnings from Covid-19 for the EU feed sector

By Jane Byrne

To prevent challenges such as disruption to food supply chains from a pandemic like Covid-19 or other public health sanitary crisis, a key learning for the EU feed manufacturing sector is to have permanent crisis management capacity in place - at company...

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Kemin secures US patent over control of ASF in feed

By Jane Byrne

Kemin has acquired a US patent application for a method to control African Swine Fever virus (ASFv) in feed and feed ingredients using a global pathogen control product that it manufactures – Sal CURB.

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Report: Coronavirus will change German livestock industry

By Jane Byrne

COVID-19 infections among workers in German slaughterhouses is expected to not only have a short-term impact on the pig market and global pork trade but will most likely result in fundamental changes for German pork production, argues the USDA’s Foreign...

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USMCA trade deal boost for US bovine meat and bone meal exports

By Jane Byrne

The US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA), which went into full force yesterday [July 1], has been instrumental in getting Mexican market access for US bovine meat and bone meal (MBM), says the North American Renderers Association (NARA).

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US feed miller cited for dust related hazards

By Jane Byrne

The US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Furst-McNess Corp. for exposing employees to potential grain dust explosions and other hazards at the feed mill facility in Lodi, Wisconsin.

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