Feed and Additives
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Alltech has joined a research partnership aimed at developing sustainable nutritional products for salmon.
Evonik Industries has re-opened its two methionine manufacturing plants in Antwerp, Belgium, after a temporary outage of hydrocyanic acid (HCN) supply was resolved.
Archer Daniels Midland Company has strengthened its foothold in Vietnam with a new livestock feed production facility.
The amount of plant protein to feed livestock in Europe has dropped due to extreme heat affecting yields.
Subscribers have five weeks to nominate their company and innovations as part of the Animal Pharm Awards for 2019.
Aquaculture could be more sustainable if by-products from industrial feed production were used instead of wild-caught aquafeed, according to the University of Gothenburg.
Evonik Industries has closed its two methionine manufacturing plants in Antwerp, Belgium, following an issue regarding hydrocyanic acid (HCN) supply.
Canadian firm Avivagen has secured another order of its feed premix OxC-beta Livestock from UNAHCO – its distribution partner in the Philippines.
Finnish firm Vetcare has added UK companies Dechra Pharmaceuticals and Animalcare as distributors of certain canine products.
Norwegian food research firm Nofima has revealed both canola oil and microalgae are safe to replace fish oil in the feed of juvenile Atlantic salmon.
US firm Wilbur-Ellis Nutrition has purchased the assets of aquaculture and feed production company Rangen.
US firm Kemin Industries has opened an Innovation and Technology Center at its regional headquarters in Zhuhai, China.
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