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De Heus recognises importance of reducing antibiotic use in livestock production

De Heus recognises importance of reducing antibiotic use in livestock production

Monday, November 29, 2021

De Heus Animal Nutrition said it recognises the importance of cutting antibiotic use in livestock and aquaculture production, an issue highlighted recently by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Syngenta partnership progresses to new phase of helping US dairy farmers cut greenhouse gas emissions

Syngenta partnership progresses to new phase of helping US dairy farmers cut greenhouse gas emissions

Monday, November 29, 2021

The Innovation Center for US Dairy, Syngenta and The Nature Conservancy are moving into a new phase of an inter-industry collaboration with dairy farmers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve water quality and strengthen farm resilience.

Animal charity questions UK legislation pertaining to slaughter of farmed fish

Animal charity questions UK legislation pertaining to slaughter of farmed fish

Monday, November 29, 2021

A legislation relating to the slaughter of farmed fish in the United Kingdom was called into question by an animal protection charity which is now seeking to ensure that the adoption of humane killing techniques becomes mandatory.

High grain costs still a persistent challenge faced by Canadian dairy sector

High grain costs still a persistent challenge faced by Canadian dairy sector

Monday, November 29, 2021

High grain costs and access to feed are ongoing challenges for Canada's dairy sector even as profitability projections remain steady, according to Farm Credit Canada (FCC) in the last of its quarterly updates for 2021.

Funds to support research in Vietnam exploring ASF spread through artificial dissemination

Funds to support research in Vietnam exploring ASF spread through artificial dissemination

Monday, November 29, 2021

A report by the US-based Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) said the use of artificial insemination (AI) has been linked to the spread of several pig disease outbreaks.

US$32 million investment to support expanded capacity and efficiency of US meat production

US$32 million investment to support expanded capacity and efficiency of US meat production

Monday, November 29, 2021

The United States announced an investment of US$32 million in grants awarded to 167 meat and poultry slaughter and processing facilities to support expanded capacity and efficiency through the Meat and Poultry Inspection Readiness Grant (MPIRG) programme.

Southeast Asia's inaugural Sustainability Symposium for the food and agriculture industry

Southeast Asia's inaugural Sustainability Symposium for the food and agriculture industry

Friday, November 26, 2021

Ahead of the US Soybean Export Council (USSEC)'s inaugural SE Asia Food and AG Sustainability Symposium on December 14, Tuesday – December 15, Wednesday, 2021, Timothy Loh, regional director for Southeast Asia and Oceania talks about sustainable best practices and what we can expect from this event (https://cvent.me/71ENb9).

Don Agro achieves 8.9 thousand tonnes growth in crops harvested

Don Agro achieves 8.9 thousand tonnes growth in crops harvested

Thursday, November 25, 2021

Don Agro International Limited and its subsidiaries, one of the largest agricultural companies based in the Rostov region of Russia, announced on November 23 that it has achieved a 8.9 thousand tonne growth in total crops harvested, with 72.3 thousand tonnes of winter wheat and 19.0 thousand tonnes of sunflower harvested till date.

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COP26 and inducing real changes in agriculture

COP26 and inducing real changes in agriculture

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, the United Kingdom, or COP26, is described as a last-ditch effort for nations to act promises and efforts to delay the cataclysmic impact of climate change.

A general view of India's aquaculture feed industry

A general view of India's aquaculture feed industry

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

India's aquaculture feed industry can be divided into the following sub-sectors: shrimp feed and freshwater fish feed.

India's soybean prices spike in January-September 2021; production to increase this year

India's soybean prices spike in January-September 2021; production to increase this year

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

The first nine months of 2021 were very sensational for India's soy complex market.

The rollercoaster ride of China pig price

The rollercoaster ride of China pig price

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

From August 2018 to the present, in just three years, the price of China's live pig market has experienced abnormal fluctuations, seeing an increase of as much as four times at one time. However, since the beginning of this year, the price of pigs has fallen back to the where it started three years ago.

China, African swine fever and vaccines: A third quarter update

China, African swine fever and vaccines: A third quarter update

Monday, October 25, 2021

China's swine and pork industries seem closer to put its traumatising experience with African swine fever (ASF) behind.

Shuanghui family dispute attracts regulatory attention

Shuanghui family dispute attracts regulatory attention

Monday, October 25, 2021

Shuanghui Development is the largest meat processing company in China. Its main business is slaughtering and meat processing. The main products are fresh products and packaged meat products. The company has 30 modern meat processing bases equipped with supporting facilities, boasting a total slaughtering capacity of over 23 million pigs and processing capability of over two million tonnes of meat products per year.

An overview of short and long-term impacts on India's poultry industry

An overview of short and long-term impacts on India's poultry industry

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Bird flu was India's unexpected guest in 2021 and affected poultry consumption in the first two months of the year. Then the second wave of COVID-19 started which again affected the supply chains of broilers and eggs. Skyrocketing soymeal prices added fuel to the situation. These factors resulted in reduction of order placements all over India.

Changing fortunes for world beef market suppliers

Changing fortunes for world beef market suppliers

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Brazil, India, America, and Argentina led 2020's export growth –but the latter two grow no more beef today than they did 20 years ago.

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China to accept import applications for Brazil beef certified before Sep 4

China to accept import applications for Brazil beef certified before Sep 4

Thursday, November 25, 2021

Chinese customs updated its website on Tuesday to say that it accept import applications for Brazilian beef that has been granted a sanitary certificate prior to September 4, Reuters reported.

The rollercoaster ride of China pig price

The rollercoaster ride of China pig price

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

From August 2018 to the present, in just three years, the price of China's live pig market has experienced abnormal fluctuations, seeing an increase of as much as four times at one time. However, since the beginning of this year, the price of pigs has fallen back to the where it started three years ago.

China, African swine fever and vaccines: A third quarter update

China, African swine fever and vaccines: A third quarter update

Monday, October 25, 2021

China's swine and pork industries seem closer to put its traumatising experience with African swine fever (ASF) behind.

Shuanghui family dispute attracts regulatory attention

Shuanghui family dispute attracts regulatory attention

Monday, October 25, 2021

Shuanghui Development is the largest meat processing company in China. Its main business is slaughtering and meat processing. The main products are fresh products and packaged meat products. The company has 30 modern meat processing bases equipped with supporting facilities, boasting a total slaughtering capacity of over 23 million pigs and processing capability of over two million tonnes of meat products per year.

China's October meat imports drop to lowest in 20 months

China's October meat imports drop to lowest in 20 months

Tuesday, November 9, 2021

China's meat imports in October fell from a year ago to their lowest in 20 months, customs data showed on November 7, as cheap domestic pork cut demand for overseas supplies.

A look into low-cost feed formulation in China

A look into low-cost feed formulation in China

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Several factors this year are pressuring animal producers in China to look into low-cost feed formulation options: the continuing decline in swine prices as corn and soymeal prices continue their uptrend; fluctuations in the prices of feed additives due to power rationing.

China's total feed, residual use of grains to reach 273.0 million tonnes in 2021/22

China's total feed, residual use of grains to reach 273.0 million tonnes in 2021/22

Monday, October 11, 2021

The total feed and residual use of grains in China's marketing year (MY) 2021/22 is forecast at 273.0 million tonnes, an increase of 5.5 million tonnes, or only 2% over MY 2020/21.

Rabobank highlights potential of offshore aquaculture in Norway and China

Rabobank highlights potential of offshore aquaculture in Norway and China

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Limited opportunities to secure new salmon farming licenses in Norway and a lack of coastal space in China have made offshore aquaculture an increasingly attractive means for these two nations to increase their future fish production and meet the growing demand for marine proteins, according to a new analysis from Rabobank.

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AB Agri, Intralytix investigate use of bacteriophages as natural alternative to antibiotics

AB Agri, Intralytix investigate use of bacteriophages as natural alternative to antibiotics

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

AB Agri has partnered with US biotechnology company Intralytix to explore the use of bacteriophages, the natural viruses of bacteria, in animal feed as an alternative to antibiotics and other drugs.

De Heus recognises importance of reducing antibiotic use in livestock production

De Heus recognises importance of reducing antibiotic use in livestock production

Monday, November 29, 2021

De Heus Animal Nutrition said it recognises the importance of cutting antibiotic use in livestock and aquaculture production, an issue highlighted recently by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Syngenta partnership progresses to new phase of helping US dairy farmers cut greenhouse gas emissions

Syngenta partnership progresses to new phase of helping US dairy farmers cut greenhouse gas emissions

Monday, November 29, 2021

The Innovation Center for US Dairy, Syngenta and The Nature Conservancy are moving into a new phase of an inter-industry collaboration with dairy farmers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve water quality and strengthen farm resilience.

Don Agro achieves 8.9 thousand tonnes growth in crops harvested

Don Agro achieves 8.9 thousand tonnes growth in crops harvested

Thursday, November 25, 2021

Don Agro International Limited and its subsidiaries, one of the largest agricultural companies based in the Rostov region of Russia, announced on November 23 that it has achieved a 8.9 thousand tonne growth in total crops harvested, with 72.3 thousand tonnes of winter wheat and 19.0 thousand tonnes of sunflower harvested till date.

Cal-Maine Foods vice president to retire, new appointments announced

Cal-Maine Foods vice president to retire, new appointments announced

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. Announced on November 18 that Michael D. Castleberry, the company's vice president and controller as well as principal accounting officer, will retire from Cal-Maine Foods effective early January 2022.

ADM expands partnership with Farmers Business Network

ADM expands partnership with Farmers Business Network

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

ADM and Farmers Business Network (FBN), a global farmer-to-farmer network and ag tech company, announced on November 18 that ADM has made an equity investment as part of FBN's latest capital funding raise.

Aviagen pledges financial support for University of Georgia's new Poultry Science Building

Aviagen pledges financial support for University of Georgia's new Poultry Science Building

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Aviagen North America recently pledged financial support to the University of Georgia's (Athens, Georgia, the United States) College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, which will be earmarked for the college's new, 70,000-square-foot, state-of-the art Poultry Science Building.

DSM plans new production site for Bovaer in Scotland, UK

DSM plans new production site for Bovaer in Scotland, UK

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Royal DSM announced on November 9 at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, the United Kingdom, that it is planning to realise large scale production capacity for its novel methane-reducing feed additive for ruminants, Bovaer® with a new plant at its existing site in Dalry, Scotland, supported by Scottish Enterprise.

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