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Kemin introduces antioxidant product for organic livestock production in EMENA

Kemin introduces antioxidant product for organic livestock production in EMENA

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Kemin Industries has launched a new antioxidant solution, Paradigmox® Green for the organic livestock production industry in the EMENA (Europe, Middle East, North Africa) region.

Cargill in partnership to help US cattle ranchers tackle impacts of climate change

Cargill in partnership to help US cattle ranchers tackle impacts of climate change

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Sysco and Cargill, two of the world's largest food companies, have announced on April 19 a major new partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF).

Shutdown of salmon farms in Discovery Islands region, Canada, threatens jobs, according to report

Shutdown of salmon farms in Discovery Islands region, Canada, threatens jobs, according to report

Monday, April 19, 2021

Canada's BC Salmon Farmers Association (BCSFA) has released a report on April 14 highlighting hundreds of jobs are at risk in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, following a decision by the Canadian government to force the shutdown of salmon farms in the Discovery Islands region off Vancouver Island's east coast.

China tightens control on live pig movements to tackle ASF

China tightens control on live pig movements to tackle ASF

Monday, April 19, 2021

China will gradually restrict the transportation of live pigs from April onwards, according to the "Guidelines for Strengthening Measures for the Prevention and Control of African Swine Fever" issued by the country's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs in 2020.

AFBF: US climate act makes it easier for farmers, ranchers to benefit from voluntary carbon markets

AFBF: US climate act makes it easier for farmers, ranchers to benefit from voluntary carbon markets

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

The Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance (FACA) has welcomed a US bipartisan reintroduction of the Growing Climate Solutions Act and thanks US Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow and Sen. Mike Braun for sponsoring the bill.

CCPA Groupe: Staying true to its 'cooperative' mission

CCPA Groupe: Staying true to its 'cooperative' mission

Monday, April 19, 2021

Since its establishment in 1966, France-based cooperative union CCPA Groupe has remained true to its primary mission: to make a lasting contribution to improving the competitiveness of its feed producer clients, distributors and livestock farmers by developing specialist expertise and services in animal nutrition, health and production.

Evonik launches AMINODat® 6.0 feed raw material database with new features

Evonik launches AMINODat® 6.0 feed raw material database with new features

Monday, April 19, 2021

Evonik has launched AMINODat® 6.0, a database for feed raw materials that is constantly updated and is more comprehensive than any other offer available to the feed industry, the company announced.

Restructured and reviving: China dairy farming's supply-side revolution

Restructured and reviving: China dairy farming's supply-side revolution

Monday, April 19, 2021

Rising farm-scale, feed quality, cattle efficiency transforms Chinese dairy's trade and supply fundamentals.

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Suppliers rise and fall but China owns the world beef trade

Suppliers rise and fall but China owns the world beef trade

Thursday, May 6, 2021

China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam account for more than the entire post-2000 increase in beef imports and 34% of all shipments. This leaves exporters at the mercy of one large market.

COVID-19 postpones an impending shrimp market rally

COVID-19 postpones an impending shrimp market rally

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

The coronavirus derails a new market cycle but output, consumption fell far less than initially feared. Latin America boomed, Asia stagnated amid signs of growing pent up demand.

COVID-19 stops aquaculture growth amid growing technical problems

COVID-19 stops aquaculture growth amid growing technical problems

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Long after the coronavirus stops impacting demand, supply-side trade-offs between stocking densities, disease outbreaks and feed inputs must be addressed.

COVID-19, high input costs and the China-Latin America connection, Another difficult but transformative year for feed milling

COVID-19, high input costs and the China-Latin America connection, Another difficult but transformative year for feed milling

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

After growing 3% to 4% annually for several decades, feed output only grew 2.6% annually and a mere 0.9% in 2021, to 1.187.8 billion tonnes. Moreover, following a decade of livestock diseases cherry-topped by last year's COVID-19 lockdowns, 2021 looks mericless to feed milling's bottom line: From a COVID-19 induced low of $3.13/bu in Q2 2020, corn has risen 75% to 80%, to around $5.60/bu at the time of publication. Soybeans have similarly risen 63% above their Q2 2020 lows of $8.40/bu to the current $13.68/bu.

East Asian feed mill consolidation to soon turn westwards

East Asian feed mill consolidation to soon turn westwards

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Chinese and Southeast Asian feed mills have undergone considerable consolidation and productivity increases. With COVID-19 intensifying competitive pressure, the rest of the world will follow.

Realistically assessing China's rapid swine sector recovery

Realistically assessing China's rapid swine sector recovery

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Hog herds, pork production can't fully recover by 2022 but pre-ASF levels of swine meat output will be achieved at least one year ahead of previous estimates.

Winners, losers and impending competition in the world pork trade

Winners, losers and impending competition in the world pork trade

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Europe made the most of China's ASF driven import boom but nations with fast growing meat demand will be at an advantage –if they can get past COVID-19 lockdowns.

3.5 million tonnes of pork looking for a new home

3.5 million tonnes of pork looking for a new home

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

China's pork import boom has peaked and intense market share competition is just starting.

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China Lysine: Substantial price dip (week ended May 10, 2021)

China Lysine: Substantial price dip (week ended May 10, 2021)

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

A weak hog market, coupled with slow lysine usages, prompted feed producers to withhold purchases. Lysine producers were compelled to cut prices despite decreased output.

China Methionine: Improved demand, soft prices (week ended May 10, 2021)

China Methionine: Improved demand, soft prices (week ended May 10, 2021)

Monday, May 10, 2021

More buyers made price enquiries before the May Day holidays but sales remained limited amid cautious mood. Nonetheless, producers stood firm in view of tightening availability.

China Threonine: Producers slash prices to entice buyers (week ended May 10, 2021)

China Threonine: Producers slash prices to entice buyers (week ended May 10, 2021)

Monday, May 10, 2021

Threonine producers who were eager to close deals slashed prices lately to entice buyers. Buying interest improved as buyers took the opportunity to restock depleting inventories.

China Tryptophan: Sharp prices plunge (week ended May 10, 2021)

China Tryptophan: Sharp prices plunge (week ended May 10, 2021)

Monday, May 10, 2021

Slack sales of tryptophan dragged prices down prominently of late. Even as supplies decreased, producers were under pressure to slash prices to clear bloating inventories.

China Hog: Soft pre-festive demand weakens market (week ended May 3, 2021)

China Hog: Soft pre-festive demand weakens market (week ended May 3, 2021)

Monday, May 10, 2021

During the week before May Day holidays, demand for hog was weaker than expected as slaughterhouses gradually halted operation. Prices softened with hog availability expanding.

China AA Broiler: Price falls stabilise (week ended May 3, 2021)

China AA Broiler: Price falls stabilise (week ended May 3, 2021)

Monday, May 10, 2021

AA broiler demand was weak prior to the May Day holidays as slaughterhouses limited production.

China VE: Producers attempt to lift prices (week ended May 3, 2021)

China VE: Producers attempt to lift prices (week ended May 3, 2021)

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

More buyers were making price enquiries but overall sales of vitamin E remained limited amid cautious mood.

China Choline Chloride: Prices flat, output costs decrease (week ended May 3, 2021)

China Choline Chloride: Prices flat, output costs decrease (week ended May 3, 2021)

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Low hog feed consumption impeded the sales of choline chloride. Producers held prices of choline chloride flat in a bid to stimulate demand.

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Agrifirm launches new young animal brand

Agrifirm launches new young animal brand

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Royal Agrifirm Group has launched its new young animal nutrition brand Earlyfeed.

Adisseo: Taking a big leap in sustainability

Adisseo: Taking a big leap in sustainability

Friday, November 27, 2020

This year, Adisseo's top priority is to ensure its employees' safety while continuing to supply feed ingredients essential to help produce food. Indeed, the company is proud to have pursued and safely achieved this endeavour in a safe manner during a time defined by an ongoing pandemic.

Cobb poised for growth with research farm expansion in US

Cobb poised for growth with research farm expansion in US

Monday, November 23, 2020

Cobb is making a significant investment in research and development by expanding its Bear Hollow pedigree research farm in Southwest Missouri, the United States, the company announced on November 20.

Giordano Poultry Plast: Continuously innovating the poultry equipment supply manufacturing industry

Giordano Poultry Plast: Continuously innovating the poultry equipment supply manufacturing industry

Friday, November 20, 2020

Giordano Poultry Plast is a leading global equipment supply manufacturer for the poultry industry. Founded in 1962 and still operated by the Giordano family, the company operates not only in the breeding field but also in slaughtering and transport, creating high-tech plastic products and components made specifically for the poultry industry.

DuPont Animal Nutrition announces manufacturing facility in Wuxi, China

DuPont Animal Nutrition announces manufacturing facility in Wuxi, China

Friday, August 28, 2020

DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences has announced on August 27 the opening of a new animal nutrition manufacturing capability in Wuxi, China.

Aviagen Latin America invests US$4 million in great grandparent facility

Aviagen Latin America invests US$4 million in great grandparent facility

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Poultry breeding company Aviagen has added a fourth farm to its great grandparent (GGP) production complex located in Natividade da Serra, state of São Paulo, Brazil.

JBS second-quarter net profits almost two times higher than analysts' estimates

JBS second-quarter net profits almost two times higher than analysts' estimates

Friday, August 14, 2020

Brazilian-based meat packer JBS SA posted second quarter net profits close to two times higher compared to analysts' projections thanks to its strong beef and pork sectors in Brazil and the United States, Reuters reported.

Symaga completes new drilling centre

Symaga completes new drilling centre

Saturday, August 1, 2020

Symaga has finished the installation of a new drilling centre, boosting its steel profile automatic processes range with the high productivity of the new model.

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