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EU feed industry outlook 2022

By Jane Byrne

Once again, FEFAC president, Asbjørn Børsting, looks back on EU feed industry developments this year and what lies ahead.

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Take feed advice to cut carbon emissions, says UK body

By Lynda Searby

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.

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Cutting methane emissions in cattle

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Adding pods and foliage of locally available legumes to cattle diets, may reduce cattle methane emissions, boost protein digestion and support dry matter intake, say researchers.

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Animal nutrition continues to deliver for DSM

By Jane Byrne

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].

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Methane from cow burps could be lowered by a two-front approach

By Jane Byrne

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.