Methane gas to feed protein producer, Calysta, says its protein product, branded as FeedKind, has been approved for use as an ingredient in organic systems for feed by Organic Farmers & Growers (OF&G), the UK organic certification control body.
What effect do feed additives have in limiting the environmental footprint of animal production and how can the manufacture of products be improved? Those are questions that Novus International has been seeking to answer.
Newly devised product category rules (PCRs) for specialty feed ingredients will allow additives like amino acids or phytase to be included in the evaluation of mitigation measures to reduce the environmental impact of animal production on a global basis,...
Special Edition: R&D trends in vitamins, minerals, amino acids and yeast cultures
Lallemand Animal Nutrition is continuing to build on research it carried out on certain yeast strains as part of a study for the initial stage of an industry-wide project targeting methanogenesis in ruminants.
New research suggests that the addition of small amounts of calcium oxide to neutralize the acidity of distiller grains could enable this corn alternative to be used at higher levels in livestock feed mixes.
European processor Emmi has become the latest dairy group to attempt to play up its environmental credentials after announcing a new scheme to make greater use of what it calls ‘greener’ energy in its operations.