Feed and Additives
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Venture capital firm Anterra Capital has signalled its deepening interest in the animal health sector with two significant appointments.
French feed additive specialist Adisseo has supported Seventure Partners in creating AVF – the first venture capital fund to target animal health, feed and nutrition.
US trace mineral specialist Kemin Industries has launched an antimicrobial product in Russia to counter Salmonella contamination in livestock feed.
Austrian feed additive and diagnostic company Erber Group is creating a new hub for its North American business in Kansas City, Missouri.
Norway's top fish genetics company AquaGen has selected a leading Chilean fish breeding specialist to be its new head of research.
Two US feed giants Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) and Cargill have reached an agreement to potentially build a large soy crush factory in north east Egypt.
US enzyme-producing specialist Agrivida has brought significant fundraising to the animal nutrition sector after pivoting its strategic focus away from biofuels.
US specialist food safety company Arm & Hammer (A&H) has acquired a firm in the same sector to increase market share and technical services.
US companion animal businesses Petnet and Petnostics have signed an agreement that will see the two firms integrate diagnostic data with nutrition.
Zoetis believes the impact of the veterinary feed directive (VFD) in the US will remain on a similar level this year as it did in 2017.
A new Latin America-led body is aiming to improve shrimp farming by implementing higher standards, full traceability with zero use of antibiotics.
A farm survey by US feed giant Cargill has indicated the leading poultry diseases in the Middle East.
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