Seaweed blend producer, Ocean Harvest Technology (OHT), has been investing significantly in research trials with a commercial focus to provide the data required on its products to accelerate further feed market penetration.
The Irish government has set a target of 25% lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for its agriculture sector by 2030, but farmers say there are no financial incentives to help them achieve such a reduction.
Existing strategies, diligently applied, could mitigate livestock methane emissions enough to help the sector limit its share of global warming to the 1.5°C target by 2030, finds a recently published review.
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.
Private investment group, Tattarang, owned by Australian mining and agribusiness billionaire, Andrew Forrest, has spent AUS$12mn (US$9.3m) on a stake in leading domestic feed manufacturer, Ridley Corporation.
By ‘optimizing’ nutrient input, livestock producers can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, says the UK's Feed Adviser Register, whose members are now trained to help farmers mitigate environmental impact through nutrition and feed management.
DSM says its animal nutrition division had a strong year, with 8% organic growth in the underlying business. The feed additive producer released its overall full year 2018 financial results today [February 14].
A team involving Chilean and UK based researchers tested the effects of including different fat sources in dairy cow diets in the form of unprocessed oilseeds including rapeseed, linseed and cottonseed simultaneously on methane emissions, nitrogen utilization...
Calysta, a manufacturer of fish and animal protein feed products using methane conversion technology, has made it onto a roll-call of leading companies involved in sustainable innovation, the Global Cleantech 100.
Combing a cow’s own genetics with strategies that target changes in her rumen flora may be able to reduce methane emissions more effectively than by only selecting for low methane-emitting cows, according to a study from Denmark.