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Kemin launches platform for animal nutrition and health business in China

Kemin launches platform for animal nutrition and health business in China

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Kemin Industries has partnered with Zhuyi Mall to launch its e-commerce business for millions of pig farmers in China.

BASF and Adifo Software partner on optimising feed formulation

BASF and Adifo Software partner on optimising feed formulation

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

BASF and Adifo Software will launch a new digital solution for the animal agriculture value chain by integrating sustainability analytics powered by BASF's AgBalance® Livestock project into Adifo's BESTMIX® feed formulation software.

China bails out 2020's world poultry trade but serious challenges remain

China bails out 2020's world poultry trade but serious challenges remain

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

During 2020's steep COVID-19 recession, chicken output kept growing and Chinese demand prevented a steep fall in exports. –But exporters must now contend with an anticipated 800,000 drop fall in Chinese imports over five years.

UK's export of animal products to EU can continue

UK's export of animal products to EU can continue

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

The United Kingdom's Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has confirmed that the UK has been granted 'national listed status,' which ensures exports of live animals and products of animal origin - such as meat, fish and dairy - to the European Union can continue, providing certainty for a market worth more than £5 billion (US$6.1 billion) a year.

When cage-free eggs are here to stay (Part 2 of 2)

When cage-free eggs are here to stay (Part 2 of 2)

Monday, January 11, 2021

This article is Part 2 of 2 of a series. In the previous partlast week, Elissa Lane, CEO and co-founder of Global Food Partners (GFP), spoke about the challenges to cage-free production and how her consultancy is supporting food businesses and egg producers to make the transition. In this article, Lane shares how the cage-free sector is seeing busier times during COVID-19, and how GFP is broadening its knowledge base for farmers through collaboration.

When cage-free eggs are here to stay

When cage-free eggs are here to stay

Friday, January 8, 2021

More egg producers in Asia are keen to transition from cage poultry farming to cage-free operations, with most need for support to change coming from the region.

It's not just COVID-19: What is holding back the world poultry sector?

It's not just COVID-19: What is holding back the world poultry sector?

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

No matter how you look at the numbers, the world poultry sector is in trouble. COVID-19 is blamed for most of 2020's economic woes but this is not the case for the world poultry sector. Once the most promising livestock protein line, poultry meat production has been growing at slow, disappointing rates long before our coronavirus infected the world economy.

DSM: Novel feed ingredient enables significant reduction of methane emissions in beef cattle

DSM: Novel feed ingredient enables significant reduction of methane emissions in beef cattle

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Atwo-year large-scale trial in beef cattle in Alberta, Canada, has successfully demonstrated that a novel feed ingredient, developed by Royal DSM, can be included in commercial feedlot diets to reduce methane emissions by up to 80%, without negative effects on animal health and performance parameters and carcass characteristics, DSM announced on December 16.

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China lifts Thailand's poultry trade

China lifts Thailand's poultry trade

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Adapting to China's desire for frozen poultry and redirecting cooked meat exports from Europe to Japan, Thai broiler exporters made the best of a bad year.

COVID-19, bird flu besiege Polish poultry exporters with supply and demand setbacks

COVID-19, bird flu besiege Polish poultry exporters with supply and demand setbacks

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Prices and revenues slashed to sustain output but EU regulations threaten long-run competitiveness.

It's not just COVID-19: What is holding back the world poultry sector?

It's not just COVID-19: What is holding back the world poultry sector?

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

No matter how you look at the numbers, the world poultry sector is in trouble. COVID-19 is blamed for most of 2020's economic woes but this is not the case for the world poultry sector. Once the most promising livestock protein line, poultry meat production has been growing at slow, disappointing rates long before our coronavirus infected the world economy.

Wave of the future? Investment in RAS salmon farming takes off

Wave of the future? Investment in RAS salmon farming takes off

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Not even COVID-19 slowed accelerating investment in commercial RAS salmon –but 2030 output forecasts vary by a factor of more than ten.

Norwegian salmon farms endure a difficult year better than their Chilean rivals

Norwegian salmon farms endure a difficult year better than their Chilean rivals

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Weak Q4 demand, surplus of large-size fish narrows price spreads but exports, prices and revenues less disrupted by COVID-19 than those of Chile.

A brighter 2021? Salmon resists COVID-19 deflation but succumbs to Q4 lockdowns

A brighter 2021? Salmon resists COVID-19 deflation but succumbs to Q4 lockdowns

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Q4 lockdowns, bloated inventories abort traditional Q4 rally. Upcoming near convergence of Chilean, Norwegian price to create market bottom. Low output growth to induce a 2021 price rebound.

Worst case scenario averted: Thai broilers rebound strongly from COVID-19

Worst case scenario averted: Thai broilers rebound strongly from COVID-19

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Rapid economic revival, booming exports to China minimize COVID-19 losses, with a strong 2021 recovery ahead. Exports may hit one million tonnes.

US, Chinese egg farms take different paths to the same strong outcome

US, Chinese egg farms take different paths to the same strong outcome

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Despite their radically different economic circumstances, eastern and western egg producers performed equally well in the COVID-19 recession, with the best yet to come.

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China Tryptophan: Prices climb to 2018 levels (week ended Jan 25, 2021)

China Tryptophan: Prices climb to 2018 levels (week ended Jan 25, 2021)

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Rising costs of corn continued to lift the prices of tryptophan while producers attempted to sustain profit margins. Sales remained robust as the consumption of high quality feeds expanded with sow and piglet population growing. Prices have surged to levels unseen since April 2018.

China Threonine: Prices soar to three year highs (week ended Jan 25, 2021)

China Threonine: Prices soar to three year highs (week ended Jan 25, 2021)

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

With supplies tight and the costs of production rising relentlessly, prices of threonine climbed to three year highs. Overseas and local buyers eagerly placed orders amid fears that output disruptions, soaring freight charges and rising corn costs will send prices higher.

China Methionine: High costs, tight availability push up prices

China Methionine: High costs, tight availability push up prices

Monday, January 25, 2021

Producers lifted prices while the expenses of production increased with the costs of sulphur, natural gas, methanol and propylene rising substantially. Supplies tightened as local and overseas production was disrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fearing that prices might rally amid supply shortages, feed producers increased stockpiles while making preparations for the upcoming Chinese New Year holidays.

China Whey: Sharp price hikes on robust demand, cost rise (week ended Jan 25, 2021)

China Whey: Sharp price hikes on robust demand, cost rise (week ended Jan 25, 2021)

Monday, January 25, 2021

As the prices of soymeal rallied to levels unseen since June 2014, feed producers were eager to look for more economical substitutes. This, in conjunction with growing demand for piglet and sow feeds amid expanding inventories, stimulated the sales of whey. With the import costs US whey soaring amid tight supplies and demand robust, traders lifted prices significantly over the week.

China Corn: No signs of rally cooling (week ended Jan 22, 2021)

China Corn: No signs of rally cooling (week ended Jan 22, 2021)

Monday, January 25, 2021

Tight availability of corn in China continued to push up prices while buyers continued to lift prices to secure supplies. Adding to the fears of a supply crunch, worsening disease situation, which hampered deliveries, prompted buyers to accumulate more than they usually do before the Chinese New Year holidays.

China VC: Prices surge as corn breaks new highs (week ended Jan 18, 2021)

China VC: Prices surge as corn breaks new highs (week ended Jan 18, 2021)

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Vitamin C producers continued to lift the prices of vitamin C as corn costs surged tremendously to all time high. Feed manufacturers, who were placing orders in preparation for the upcoming Chinese New Year holidays, increased purchases amid fears of a further price hikes and a supply crunch.

China Trace Minerals: Prominent rise in copper, zinc sulphate prices (week ended Jan 18, 2021)

China Trace Minerals: Prominent rise in copper, zinc sulphate prices (week ended Jan 18, 2021)

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Expanding hog feed consumption lent support to the trace mineral markets in conjunction with rising output costs. Prices of copper sulphate and zinc sulphate were higher by 45% and 40% respectively compared with a year ago.

China Biotin: Decreased output strengthens prices (week ended Jan 18, 2021)

China Biotin: Decreased output strengthens prices (week ended Jan 18, 2021)

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

As operation rates dropped due to power shortages, biotin production decreased. Several buyers lifted prices while buyers eagerly placed orders.

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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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