A new study from researchers based in universities in China and in Nottingham, UK, has discovered that a subtype of avian flu virus, endemic in poultry farms in China, is undergoing mutational changes, which could increase the risk of the disease being...
The number of outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) in pigs and cases reported in wild boar in the EU fell in 2022 compared to the previous year, according to a report published by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) is awarding $15.8m to 60 projects led by 38 states, land-grant universities, and industry organizations to enhance the ability of the US to rapidly respond to and control outbreaks of animal disease.
Midwest Veterinary Supply, a Minnesota-based company that supplies prescription drugs for animals to veterinarians, farms, feedlots, and other businesses, pleaded guilty last week to introducing misbranded drugs into interstate commerce.
Fera Science Ltd is to lead a research project for the UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) that will investigate what the risks are from using novel, currently non-approved waste substrates to rear insects such as the Black soldier fly (BSF) and yellow mealworm....
A call from five EU national authorities to ban production, use and placement on the EU market of all perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAs) has been published in full by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) today.
It has been suggested the so-called forever chemicals identified in Danish organic eggs originated from fishmeal, which is used as an ingredient in chicken feed. Suppliers are taking the issue ‘very seriously’, FoodNavigator understands.
Fresh research out of Denmark has identified the presence of environmental contaminant PFAS in organic eggs sourced from chicken farms all over the country. The risk for children ‘is noticeable’, according to associate professor Kit Granby from the DTU...
Kansas, US based feed manufacturer, Valley View Milling, was sent a warning letter from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in May after an agency probe found evidence of ‘significant violations’ of feed regulations at its facility.
Northern Ireland headquartered firm, Devenish, has partnered with speciality chemicals company, Perstorp, to launch a new moisture management technology designed to help animal feed mills to improve milling efficiency.
US industry and regulatory groups are calling on US state leaders and lawmakers to support scientific research to ensure the safety of hemp as an animal-feed ingredient prior to any federal or state approval.
We get the perspective of Constance Cullman, president and CEO of the American Feed Industry Association, and president of the US Institute for Feed Education and Research, on the next 12 months. She also reviews what was achieved by the trade representative...
Chemicals and ingredients distribution company, Brenntag, is expanding its site in Kędzierzyn-Koźle, Poland, investing in production efficiency, capacity and capabilities aimed at widening its customer base in the animal nutrition and pet food industries....
A UK government report noted 756 isolations of Salmonella from animal feed in 2020 - from both compound feed and feed ingredients – that number represented a hike of 6% compared to 2019 and it was over 20% on 2018.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), earlier this month, announced that it reached a US$40,294 settlement with agribusiness giant, Cargill Inc, regarding its Vermont facility that produces animal feed.
Feed industry operators who haven’t adapted their security to the risks introduced by digitalization and supply chain globalization could be in the crosswire of ransomware attackers, warns Stroz Friedberg executive.
A phage cocktail reduced Salmonella count to below detection limits in broilers, according to the findings of a recent study by experts based at AB Agri, along with the Universities of Leicester and Nottingham.