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August issue of AllAboutFeed magazine now online

The August issue of AllAboutFeed is now available online. This issue covers an article on China’s engagement in Africa, the regulatory hurdles of using insects in compound feed, how to tackle energy guzzlers in the feed mill and the use of beta-glucans in race horses. Africa and China go way back an...

Latest issue of World Poultry magazine now online

The focus of the number 6 edition of World Poultry, which is online now, is housing matters. Providing adequate conditions in the breeder rearing period, pays off once they start producing. As the article explains, to deliver a good rearing flock to the production farm, the basic criteria of good in...

NOREL expands into Central America

NOREL Animal Nutrition has expanded in Central America by opening its Norel Central America Office and Logistics Centre in Guatemala. Led by Enrique Pablo, the new office has been operative since June 2014. From this office, Norel will be able to provide a faster and better service to our clients in...

Breakthrough in fight against deadly chicken disease

BBSRC-funded researchers at the UK"s Royal Veterinary College (RVC) are a step closer to finding a new cost-effective vaccine for the intestinal disease, coccidiosis, which can have devastating effects on poultry production. Chickens are the world's most popular food animal and global poultry produc...

Despite concerns, agro investments on the rise

Investment and innovation are needed to meet the demand for agricultural products. This is one of the conclusions of a survey carried out by global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright. For the survey, entitled 'Risks and opportunities in a changing global market', 80 senior executives from organisa...

Despite concerns, agro investments on the rise

Investment and innovation are needed to meet the demand for agricultural products. This is one of the conclusions of a survey carried out by global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright. For the survey, entitled 'Risks and opportunities in a changing global market', 80 senior executives from organisa...

PEDv challenging pork markets

According to the recently released Rabobank Pork Quarterly report, the global pork market is moving into record territory in Q3. Especially in the exporting countries impacted by the porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus (PEDv), hog and pork prices will continue to break records in the remainder of Q3 an...

Water treatment plants a hot spot for resistant bacteria

Bacteria can become resistant to antibiotics. And waste water effluent from sewage treatment plants can play a significant role in this process. This is concluded by UK researchers who published their new findings in the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy. The researchers took river sediment samp...

Despite concerns, agro investments on the rise

Investment and innovation are needed to meet the demand for agricultural products. This is one of the conclusions of a survey carried out by global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright. For the survey, entitled 'Risks and opportunities in a changing global market', 80 senior executives from organisa...

Latest issue of Pig Progress magazine now online

A pig farm like you’ve never seen one before – that can be said of Indiana’s Fair Oaks Farms Pig Adventure. The modern project between Chicago and Indianapolis aims to combine commercial pig breeding with being a day out for the whole family and has succeeded in more than one way. The story is featu...

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