Feed and Additives
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In an effort to drive its business in Europe, Belgian feed additive specialist Nutriad has opened a new office in Warsaw, Poland.
German chemicals company Evonik Industries is making a long-term play in the animal health data sector by employing more digital technologies in its nutrition work.
Austrian feed additive specialist Delacon has increased its potential penetration in the US market with the addition of two new technical sales experts.
US trace minerals specialist Zinpro has enhanced its presence among cattle producers in the mid-west region of the country by appointing a beef expert as its technical sales manager for the area.
Royal De Heus is building an experimental pig nutrition center in the eastern Netherlands to advance its feed research capability.
Feed additive specialist Dansico has launched a new probiotic in Europe to protect broilers against diverse health challenges.
Charlie Munger, a leading US investment guru and stock market expert once said: "Too little attention in economics [is given] to second-order and even higher-order effects. This defect is quite understandable because consequences have consequences and consequences of the consequences have consequences and so on."
Canadian firm MicroSintesis has signed a distribution agreement with Bio Agri Mix for its proteobiotic swine product Nuvio.
Using insects as a nutritious and cost effective feed in aquaculture has not always been flavor of the month. Following regulatory changes the sector is now becoming a commercial reality. Animal Pharm analyst Malcolm Flanagan talks to Antoine Hubert, the chief executive of Ynsect, about the prospects for the firm and the nascent industry.
US biotechnology company KnipBio said it has found a way develop a conditional amino acid called taurine, which is increasingly missing from many aquaculture feeds.
US veterinary pharmaceuticals firm Piedmont Animal Health has grown its potential market coverage in Asia by deepening its relationship with Japanese chemicals specialist Sumitomo.
Phytogenics is a term increasingly cropping up on the radar of animal health, as more firms turn to R&D in natural products. Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell spoke to US firm ZIVO Bioscience about how it is using algae to develop a pipeline of bioactive product candidates.
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