Feed and Additives
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Danish biosciences company Chr Hansen has further strengthened its animal health division by adding Marcelo Lang as global strategic marketing director for monogastric products.
Leading US animal nutrition body the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) will be relocating to a new office space at its headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.
Virbac has agreed to distribute hemp-based pet nutraceutical products in Switzerland on behalf of Australian animal health firm Creso Pharma (CPH).
Italian feed additive specialist Prosol has launched its established probiotic Biosprint in China.
Leading US animal nutrition and feed additive producer Cargill has purchased the feed business of the Southern States Cooperative (SCC) company.
According to the Animal Pharm M&A table for 2017, there have already been 13 deals in the animal feed and nutrition space in the first seven months of the year – representing nearly half of all the purchases made in the wider animal health sector. Dr Sandeep Juneja explores the reasons behind this heightened interest.
Leading US poultry genetics company Aviagen is restructuring its leadership team in Asia-Pacific to promote a steady demand and dynamic growth for its broiler breeding stock products.
EU member states have begun discussing controversial European Commission plans to phase out the use of formaldehyde to decontaminate poultry and pig feed.
German feed additive specialist Evonik has begun marketing its poultry gut care product GutCare PY1 in India and Bangladesh.
Austrian feed additive producer Biomin has submitted a swine phytogenic product to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for scientific review.
Canadian lifesciences company MicroSintesis has its sights set on disrupting the anti-infectives space with the use of proteobiotics. Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell spoke to the firm as it presented its technology at the VetHealth Global conference on Canada's Prince Edward Island.
The UK's fastest growing feed additive company Anpario is scaling the heights of commercial success and market penetration with a new branding strategy for its diverse products in the global market place. Anpario's chief executive Richard Edwards talked to Animal Pharm analyst Malcolm Flanagan about the company's long journey from humble origins in the 1930s to UK prominence today.
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