Feed and Additives
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The Roullier Group has received a €50 million ($59 million) loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to support innovation in animal and plant nutrition.
INVE Aquaculture's Thailand business has become the first company in Asia to be given a certificate for direct import of its products into Ecuador.
US firm Novus International has received approval for its Avimatrix poultry feed additive in Europe.
The Carbon Trust has certified a feed additive from Swiss firm Agolin as the first of its kind to help reduce methane emissions in cows.
Royal DSM aims to continue outperforming the global animal nutrition market through gut health innovation, geographic expansion and M&A in the premix area.
Animal Pharm is looking for new authors for its animal health industry reports team.
Cargill's animal nutrition and protein division has been the largest contributor to the group's operating earnings for the second year in a row.
Dutch animal feed firm Royal De Heus has continued to make acquisitions to ramp up its presence in growing markets.
Agriculture Committee members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have given the green light to new rules regarding medicated feed and antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Commercial animal feed production increased by 1% in Japan during 2017.
Austrian feed additive specialist Delacon has appointed a new customer technical service manager for its ruminants division.
US firm Zinpro has launched new nutritional dermatology products for dogs and livestock.
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