Leading Australian feed manufacturer, Ridley Corporation, officially opened its new extrusion plant in Westbury, Tasmania, last week. The factory is targeting the salmon and fish feed sectors as well as pet food producers.
A new report recommends the introduction of E10, petrol containing up to 10% ethanol, in Ireland’s fuel mix. The study also discusses the potential for domestic production of ethanol and DDGS, the feed co-product.
Substituting brewer’s spent grains for corn may provide cattle producers a less expensive feed ingredient that supports production and maintains meat stability and quality in storage, say researchers in Brazil.
Protein rich co-products of pea gin production could be a substitute for soybean meal in animal feed, found a research team based across several universities in Wales, Scotland and Ireland as well as in a distillery.
We spoke with Adam Lock, associate professor in animal science with Michigan State University, following his recent recognition by the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) and the American Dairy Science Association (ADSA).
DSM has commenced filing for EU authorization for its new additive for dairy cows that it claims will reduce methane emissions by around 30% and, thereby, significantly reduce the environmental footprint of milk and dairy products.
New Zealand's interim Climate Change Committee has released advice to the government there on how to reduce agriculture's methane and nitrous oxide emissions; it recommends a farm-level levy/rebate scheme to motivate and reward actions.