Feed and Additives
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US firm Kemin Industries has introduced Vannix C4 – a feed additive for poultry gut health – to the US market.
The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) claims a new trade agreement between the US and China could help overcome current animal food pressures.
Austrian animal nutrition specialist Biomin has unveiled a new laboratory of animal nutrition in Beijing.
BioZyme will sell its precision prebiotics in the UK and Ireland through a new distribution deal SENS Nutrition.
Review 2019: US witnesses bumper year of veterinary approvals, while EU achieves milestone authorizations
In 2019, both the US and Europe saw several significant approvals in animal health. Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell gives an overview of the most notable products that were given the green light for their commercial debuts during the year.
Last year saw a range of companies – Cargill, Ynsect, Protix and Veramaris – all take steps to establish themselves in the burgeoning alternative protein sector. Animal Pharm analyst Daniel Willis highlights what these alternative proteins are and casts an eye on the market's potential.
Novozymes has entered into an exclusive partnership with US firm Green Plains to produce high protein ingredients for animal feed.
US firm Agrivida is seeking swine producers to run commercial trials of its Grainzyme Phytase feed additive.
GNUbiotics Sciences has signed a manufacturing agreement with Evonik Nutrition & Care for a product targeting the animal microbiome.
US firm Alltech has partnered with Dutch dairy nutrition specialist Ingenieursbureau Heemskerk to work on solutions for climbing nitrogen emissions.
Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has opened a new Animal Nutrition Technology Center in Decatur, Illinois.
US start-up Agrivida is developing a new antibody feed additive candidate for use in poultry.
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