ADM’s acquisition of Neovia makes their combined animal nutrition business one of the largest in the world, with estimated sales of $3.5 billion, and a full range of animal nutrition products for customers globally.
New research from Dr. Diego Diel and Dr. Scott Dee and sponsored by the Swine Health Information Center shows that specific feed additives have the potential to reduce viral contamination levels in feed.
African swine fever (ASF) virus has been detected in some protein powders made using pork blood and manufactured by a Tianjin-based company, the General Administration of Customs said in a statement on Tuesday.
Ethanol use for corn slightly lags behind last marketing-year’s consumption level and requires a fundamental change to the current market dynamics to eclipse the projection, says agricultural economist Todd Hubbs.
Rye has not traditionally been used as an ingredient in pig diets in the United States, but researchers from the University of Illinois are now investigating the digestibility of nutrients in the grain.
Fear of African swine fever (ASF) is on the rise in China and beyond. Major Chinese animal feed maker Tangrenshen Group reported Sunday that feed produced by one of its units had been contaminated with ASF.
Cannabis producers are looking for ways to utilize byproducts and bakery waste. Meanwhile, THC in the pig diet interests some because the appetite stimulation by marijuana could increase feed intake. What do you think?