Feed and Additives
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French animal feed additives specialist Adisseo has acquired Belgian firm Nutriad for an undisclosed amount.
Leading US feed producer Cargill has opened a new factory in north east China to produce specialized feed for piglets.
Researchers in Norway believe they have developed a genetically modified rape seed diet that it is safe to use in salmon feed.
UK firm Dechra Veterinary Products has launched a new complementary pet feed to help cats and dogs suffering with allergic skin conditions.
Belgian feed additive specialist Nutriad has acquired complete control of its Chinese partner Feed Flavor International (FFI).
Japanese animal nutrition specialist Feed One will invest ¥11 billion ($98 million) in constructing a new manufacturing plant in Kitakyushu by April 2020.
Fledgling Israeli tilapia-breeding specialist AquiNovo has boosted its commercialization prospects with a $1.5 million investment from French animal health company Neovia.
US agricultural investment firm TechAccel has underlined the need for more venture capital investment in animal health – music to the ears of many start-ups in the industry.
French feed additive company Olmix has opened its first Asian production facility in southern Vietnam.
Denmark's top aquaculture feed producer BioMar will boost its R&D spend by up to 20% next year, as the firm looks to support a larger sales network.
US feed additive firm Alltech is aiming to capitalize on recent strong growth in Cambodia by opening its first office there.
Earlier this month, a joint webinar from Animal Pharm and Kisaco Research canvassed the opinions of three key industry experts regarding the state of innovation in animal health. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey spoke to Nesya Goris of ViroVet, Theo Kanellos from Zoetis and George Gunn from Stonehaven Consulting. Below is a transcript of the webinar.
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