Feed and Additives
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Canadian start-up Cytophage believes it can revolutionize the way bacterial infections are treated with its bacteriophage technology.
German pet nutritional supplement specialist Purapep has a seed funding round and series A in its sights over the next two years.
UK start-up Entocycle is looking to revolutionize the animal feed market through a sustainable, automated insect protein production system. Animal Pharm analyst Daniel Willis spoke to James Millar, the firm's chief commercial officer, to learn more about its strategy.
Swiss firm Embion Technologies is looking to source series B funding of $3 million to develop its prebiotics.
Phytogenic feed additive specialist Delacon has opened a new office in Singapore and expanded its team in Asia with two new appointments.
Despite its name, White Dog Labs is not focused on the canine therapeutics space. In fact, because it deals with the fermentation process, the company took the 'White Dog' moniker from a slang term for moonshine – the illicit distillery of whisky or bourbon. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey spoke to the New Castle, Delaware-based company about how it is producing a suite of nutritional products for food animals.
Delaware-headquartered DuPont Animal Nutrition has launched Syncra AVI in the Asia Pacific region.
Austrian animal nutrition company Biomin has launched FUMzyme sol, which it claims is the first water-soluble purified enzyme that degrades fumonisins into non-toxic metabolites.
A strategic collaboration between Delacon and Cargill is preparing to launch four phytogenic products on the Chinese animal feed market.
MSP[RS] Resistant Starch is seeking partners to take its prebiotic to new species, such as companion animals.
US trace minerals specialist Zinpro has launched its Availa-Se (zinc-L-selenomethionine) performance feed additive in Europe.
Slovenian biological solutions firm Eko Gea is targeting funding to develop its prebiotic tool to tackle agricultural challenges, such as antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
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