Feed and Additives
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Canadian company Avivagen has sourced Can$800,000 ($626,000) from the credit facility provided by Bloom Burton Healthcare Lending Trust.
German feed additive specialist Evonik has opened a state-of-the-art laboratory for its animal nutrition business in Kenya.
Tyson Foods has agreed to buy the poultry rendering and blending assets of American Proteins and AMPRO Products in a deal worth around $850 million.
US alternative fish feed specialist Calysta has brokered a partnership to trial its radical aquaculture nutrition on Norway's salmon farms.
Denmark's leading aquaculture feed company BioMar has invested in additional capacity at its main non-salmon production facility.
EU member states have finally agreed on the amount of copper that should be allowed in animal feed, opting for only modest reductions from current limits – at least for now.
US trace minerals specialist Zinpro has appointed an aquaculture nutritionist to advise global fish farm companies.
US feed additive specialist Kemin Industries has launched a new dual-acting performance product for dogs in Europe.
US animal nutrition and feed additive specialist Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) has opened a new pre-mix factory.
An expert from Belgian firm Nutriad has said there is a specific opportunity for digestion-enhancing feed additives in aquafeed.
Animal Pharm analyst Malcolm Flanagan talks to Gunn Berit Olsson, director of research at the Norwegian Institute of Food, Fisheries and Aquaculture Research (Nofima) about salmon health and the value of vaccines to the sector.
The EU Association of Specialty Feed Ingredients and their Mixtures (FEFANA) has attempted to clarify product claims made by company members with a new code of practice.
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