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Victam 2019: Fish feed and pet food innovation stands out

Victam 2019: Fish feed and pet food innovation stands out

By Jane Byrne

Two days into Victam International 2019 in Cologne, the evident trend on the show floor was the domination of aqua feed and pet food processing innovation, with feed machinery manufacturers citing growth and higher margins in both sectors as the rationale...

Left to Right in Picture: AFIA president and CEO Joel G Newman,  AFIA board chairman, Tim Belstra, and FEFAC president, Nick Major

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FEFAC, AFIA align to ensure safe and sustainable feed production

By Jane Byrne

The American and European feed industries, represented by the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) and the European Feed Manufacturers’ Federation (FEFAC), announced a renewal of their long-term alliance yesterday [June 6].

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Insurer not liable in legal action over fat fed to pigs

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

A pollution exclusion in an insurance policy for Minnesota based fat recycling firm, Restaurant Recycling, protects the insurer from having to defend the feed ingredient producer in a lawsuit brought by a local pork producer over tainted feed, rules a...

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OIE starts global push to address ASF

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

In an effort to help address the spread of the African Swine Fever, OIE is starting a global program to control disease spread, eradication and related economic loss.

ASF set to undermine recovery in Vietnamese pig sector

ASF set to undermine recovery in Vietnamese pig sector

By Jane Byrne

The African swine fever (ASF) virus, initially detected in Vietnam in February, has resulted in the culling of over 1.3m domestic pigs in that market, so far, according to an update from the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

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