Feed and Additives
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The microbiome has become an increasingly important topic in animal health. It is especially pertinent in the search for alternative solutions to antibiotics and a more holistic approach to improving and managing animal health. Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell found out more at the recent Animal AgTech Innovation Summit in Amsterdam.
Ingredients manufacturer Kemin Industries has built on its ruminant portfolio with the addition of two new products.
Research by Wageningen Livestock Research (WLR) has indicated providing a high zinc diet to piglets during post-weaning can modulate gut microbiota composition and intestinal function.
Bulgarian firm Huvepharma has received several combination approvals for its Monovet 90 feed additive in the US.
An Arbiom study has revealed SylPro – its 'wood-to-food' feed ingredient – can deliver an equivalent nutritional performance as conventional protein sources in juvenile Atlantic salmon feed.
Canadian firm Avivagen has added to its Asian network of sales by achieving its first order from Taiwan for its OxC-beta Livestock feed additive.
Elanco has received a supplemental approval from the US FDA for its Credelio antiparasitic that adds a preventative indication to the product.
Research conducted by two German universities has revealed prebiotics can lead to inflammation in the stomach lining of horses.
A trial undertaken at Poland's Olzstyn University has shown the positive effect of Pediococcus acidilactici on feed digestion in laying hens.
Dutch firm Nutreco has acquired Animal Nutrition and Health (ANH) from Kaonne Investments – a South African investment company – for an undisclosed price.
Evonik Industries has asked the US FDA to amend food additive regulations and allow for the safe use of silicon dioxide in animal feed.
Research by Kansas State University has suggested African swine fever (ASF) virus can survive a long journey in contaminated feed.
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