DSM’s recently updated vitamin supplementation guidance looks to ensure the tool reflects changes in the genetics and management of all farmed animals along with advancements in nutritional understanding.
DSM is to significantly cut back production of vitamin C at its Jiangshan, China based facility, with immediate effect. It says it will re-evaluate the situation in late January 2023, after the Chinese New Year.
There is a new focus in poultry microbiome research, with specialists now looking more at function and metabolic pathways, rather than the conventional approach that placed emphasis on microbial composition, says DSM.
One of Australia’s largest cattle producers, the North Australian Pastoral Company (NAPCo), has signed a collaboration and supply agreement with DSM, which will see the Dutch company’s feed additive, Bovaer, used through the NAPCo supply chain.
JBS, one of the world’s largest food companies, has signed a deal with DSM to implement a development program based on the Dutch group’s feed additive, Bovaer, with the goal of reducing enteric methane emissions from beef cattle.
DSM is transforming its business, creating a separate animal nutrition and health division, as part of that the process, and it is also starting a review of strategic options for its materials unit, including a possible change of ownership.
Feed additives markets are quite active as Chinese production has returned with a bang after Spring Festival and is now fully operational, according to the Swiss feed additive trading and data platform, Kemiex.
New Zealand dairy co-operative Fonterra and DSM have signed a collaboration agreement to accelerate the transition to lower methane agriculture, exploring the options that the DSM developed feed additive, branded as Bovaer, can bring to the table.
We report, in snippet format, on news developments this week, from a new DSM premix site in China, to the new extrusion line at BioMar’s Ecuador facility getting the green light, and single cell protein producer, iCell inking a deal with a US engineering...
A US study suggests that DSM’s feed additive, 3-NOP, is a promising candidate for reducing enteric methane emissions, while maintaining lactational performance in dairy cows and potentially increasing milk fat yield.