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The end of a trend? World feed output stops growing

The end of a trend? World feed output stops growing

Monday, February 10, 2020

Plummeting East Asian hog inventories, South Asian bird flu outbreaks, Middle Eastern political woes cause the first drop in feed output since China's 1980s economic liberalization. Beyond these passing concerns, world agribusiness needs a new growth driver.

Salmon's 2020 forecast: Steady supply growth, with flat but volatile 'average prices'

Salmon's 2020 forecast: Steady supply growth, with flat but volatile 'average prices'

Friday, January 3, 2020

2020 will see slower but still healthy output growth merely keep pace with demand. Hyperinflation and stagnation have both ended, leaving prices and volatility at historically high levels.

ARM & HAMMER: How new Bacillus strains are discovered

ARM & HAMMER: How new Bacillus strains are discovered

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Last year, Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production announced the discovery of two Bacillus strains, Bacillus subtilis 839 (effective against diverse E. coli strains from both ruminants and poultry) and Bacillus subtilis 4976 (effective against E. coli, Salmonella, Clostridium perfringens and other clostridial bacteria in poultry, swine and beef and dairy cattle).

Number of pigs in Ireland up 2.6% in 2019; cattle down 0.5%

Number of pigs in Ireland up 2.6% in 2019; cattle down 0.5%

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Ireland's pig population as of December 2019 increased 2.6% to 1,613,300 from the previous year's 1,572,200. Breeding pigs increased 1.4% from 143,000 in 2018 to 145,00 in 2019. Non-breeding pigs increased 2.7% to 1,468,300 from 1,429,200 in 2018.

Scottish salmon exports in 2019 at record value of US$806 million

Scottish salmon exports in 2019 at record value of US$806 million

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Scottish salmon exports in 2019 reached a record high at £618 million (US$805.55 million), up 22% over the previous year, according to new figures released by the UK government's Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs (HMRC), as reported by the Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation (SSPO).

China officially approves all US live poultry imports

China officially approves all US live poultry imports

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs has approved all United States poultry products for export to the country, which includes breeding birds, reported Reuters.

China pork prices surge 116% in January

China pork prices surge 116% in January

Friday, February 14, 2020

Pork prices in China surged 116% in January year-on-year after almost doubling during the previous month, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed, Bloomberg News reported. This substantial price hike occurred with the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (nCoV) in China.

Todd Rhodes named vice president and general manager for Meyn Americas

Todd Rhodes named vice president and general manager for Meyn Americas

Thursday, February 13, 2020

He will be responsible for the overall development, leadership and execution of the division's operations and commercial goals for profitable growth in North and South America.

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It's not infinitely elastic: Aquaculture optimism vs. aqua feed reality

It's not infinitely elastic: Aquaculture optimism vs. aqua feed reality

Saturday, February 15, 2020

Market research firms paint expansive forecasts of flourishing aqua feed production and booming aquaculture growth. –But aqua feed growth trends clearly contradict official aquaculture statistics –implying that mainstream industry expectations need to be thoroughly revised.

Salmon's 2020 forecast: Steady supply growth, with flat but volatile 'average prices'

Salmon's 2020 forecast: Steady supply growth, with flat but volatile 'average prices'

Friday, January 3, 2020

2020 will see slower but still healthy output growth merely keep pace with demand. Hyperinflation and stagnation have both ended, leaving prices and volatility at historically high levels.

China and the pork exporting Continent

China and the pork exporting Continent

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Stagnant domestic consumption, protectionist feed policies, two disease outbreaks and trade politics turned Europe's swine sector into a China-destined export powerhouse.

A new day dawns for world poultry: Bird flu outbreaks, trade barriers give way market liberalization, rising Asian chicken consumption

A new day dawns for world poultry: Bird flu outbreaks, trade barriers give way market liberalization, rising Asian chicken consumption

Monday, December 23, 2019

The world poultry market is growing at its fastest pace in a decade amid rising competition from three new chicken exporting powerhouses.

Plagues, pigs and a powerful dragon: China's dominates the swine meat trade

Plagues, pigs and a powerful dragon: China's dominates the swine meat trade

Monday, January 13, 2020

World pork exports are booming but without China, they would have stagnated for a second consecutive year. Devastating swine sector misfortunes give Beijing the power to decide who will enjoy export-led growth.

Abundant fish and lower aqua feed prices: Will ASF, Peruvian production and weather patterns break two decades of price inflation?

Abundant fish and lower aqua feed prices: Will ASF, Peruvian production and weather patterns break two decades of price inflation?

Friday, December 20, 2019

After two decades of shrinking fishmeal markets, stabilizing world supplies, rebounding Peruvian production is coinciding with falling Chinese demand. But even better news may lie ahead.

US Poultry: Is an impending slowdown giving way to a new growth phase?

US Poultry: Is an impending slowdown giving way to a new growth phase?

Friday, December 13, 2019

Just as domestic demand's potential to lead American broiler industry growth appears to be tapped out, opportunities to boost stagnant exports appear.

Breadbasket, feed superpower, meat exporter or fuel refinery?: US feed crops' endless pursuit of value-added

Breadbasket, feed superpower, meat exporter or fuel refinery?: US feed crops' endless pursuit of value-added

Thursday, November 7, 2019

How Asian meat consumption, domestic politics, meat trade liberalization and trade wars continually alter feed crop incentives to export, ferment or make meat.

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China Lysine Weekly: Market stable as production, logistics improve gradually (week ended Feb 24, 2020)

China Lysine Weekly: Market stable as production, logistics improve gradually (week ended Feb 24, 2020)

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Lysine trade increased as ore traders and producers resumed operation over the week. The supply tightness of raw ingredients eased with intra-province roadblocks removed and more workers returning to work. Feed producers stockpiled inventories albeit prudently as hog population remained low.

China's increased poultry production impacted by coronavirus

China's increased poultry production impacted by coronavirus

Monday, February 24, 2020

A transport lockdown on people and goods due to the coronavirus has affected China's poultry industry, resulting in the possible drop in meat output after the African swine fever caused dwindling pork supplies, reported Reuters.

China Lysine Weekly: Market firm amid strengthening buying interest (week ended Feb 10, 2020)

China Lysine Weekly: Market firm amid strengthening buying interest (week ended Feb 10, 2020)

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Most producers and trader have not resumed operation although China has officially ended its Chinese New Year extended holidays. Lysine output of producers who were in operation were limited as supplies of raw ingredients were cut due to delivery difficulties.

China officially approves all US live poultry imports

China officially approves all US live poultry imports

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs has approved all United States poultry products for export to the country, which includes breeding birds, reported Reuters.

China Fishmeal Weekly: Prices stable amid light trade, shrinking availability (week ended Feb 14, 2020)

China Fishmeal Weekly: Prices stable amid light trade, shrinking availability (week ended Feb 14, 2020)

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Despite dwindling port inventories, which dropped 1.4% to 131,500 tonnes, fishmeal prices remained stable in China. Trading was difficult with deliveries hampered and workers inadequate due to the COvid-19 epidemic. Traders were mainly making deliveries to fulfil previously concluded orders.

China Lysine Weekly: Prices unchanged amid low trade (week ended Feb 10, 2020)

China Lysine Weekly: Prices unchanged amid low trade (week ended Feb 10, 2020)

Friday, February 14, 2020

As China extended the Chinese New Year holidays due to the Wuhan coronavirus epidemic, lysine trade was almost non-existent. This was reflected in the stable prices.

China pork prices surge 116% in January

China pork prices surge 116% in January

Friday, February 14, 2020

Pork prices in China surged 116% in January year-on-year after almost doubling during the previous month, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed, Bloomberg News reported. This substantial price hike occurred with the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (nCoV) in China.

China Fishmeal Weekly: prices stay stable (week ended Feb 7, 2020)

China Fishmeal Weekly: prices stay stable (week ended Feb 7, 2020)

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Trade was almost non-existent over the past couple of weeks as the Wuhan coronavirus epidemic brought the country to a standstill. Prices remained unchanged while port inventories stayed around 133,300 tonnes.

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Biorigin earns EcoVadis Gold medal

Biorigin earns EcoVadis Gold medal

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Brazilian company Biorigin has received the Gold medal of EcoVadis for its Quatá unit in Brazil. EcoVadis is a collaborative platform that provides sustainability rankings involving suppliers for global supply chains.

Adisseo and Calysta establish Chinese joint venture for methane-based protein

Adisseo and Calysta establish Chinese joint venture for methane-based protein

Friday, February 21, 2020

Bluestar Adisseo Company (Adisseo) and alternative protein producer, Calysta, signed an agreement on February 20 to establish a 50/50 joint venture named Calysseo to develop FeedKind®, an innovative aquaculture feed solution, and to provide exclusive supply for Asian markets.

Pancosma's XTRACT® products reduce methane emissions of ruminants

Pancosma's XTRACT® products reduce methane emissions of ruminants

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

In a drive towards sustainable solutions, Pancosma, ADM's global feed additives business, has developed a range of XTRACT® bioactive products to address methane emissions of livestock ruminants.

Tyson Foods director Keven M. McNamara concurrently appointed board vice chairman

Tyson Foods director Keven M. McNamara concurrently appointed board vice chairman

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Kevin M. McNamara, the lead independent director for Tyson Foods Inc.,has been appointed concurrently as vice chairman of the board, the company has announced.

Evonik announces global price increase for Biolys®

Evonik announces global price increase for Biolys®

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Evonik will increase its net price of Biolys® (L-Lysine, Feed Grade 54.6%) worldwide by 18 % on average with immediate effect.

36thONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference to explore solutions within the global food supply chain

36thONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference to explore solutions within the global food supply chain

Thursday, February 6, 2020

The ONE event draws on Alltech's global reach and business scope to assemble thought-leaders from the agriculture, business, health and wellness, and brewing and distilling sectors.

Adisseo Spain presents its 2019 survey of mycotoxins in maize

Adisseo Spain presents its 2019 survey of mycotoxins in maize

Thursday, February 6, 2020

The survey aims to determine the quality of Spain's maize harvest in 2019 in terms of mycotoxin contamination.

Charoen Pokphand Foods sees no threat from new China bird flu outbreak

Charoen Pokphand Foods sees no threat from new China bird flu outbreak

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Charoen Pokphand Foods PLC (CPF) sees no threat to its operations from the new outbreak of avian influenza in China, and says it is maintaining its 2020 sales targets on expectations that the Chinese government will be able to quickly tackle the outbreak.

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