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Ashland, Oregon-based HerdDogg has gained $2.3 million in funding to ramp up manufacturing, marketing and sales of its precision livestock health technology.
New research by Wageningen University in the Netherlands has explained the inconsistent effectiveness of sodium butyrate in animal feed.
The upcoming Aquaculture Innovation Summit hosted by Kisaco Research will shed light on innovations such as bacteriophages and oral vaccines.
The Roullier Group has received a €50 million ($59 million) loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to support innovation in animal and plant nutrition.
INVE Aquaculture's Thailand business has become the first company in Asia to be given a certificate for direct import of its products into Ecuador.
US firm Novus International has received approval for its Avimatrix poultry feed additive in Europe.
US firms Valley Agricultural Software (VAS) and Vault Dairy Technologies have signed for a data integration collaboration.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is funding a new initiative to improve the fight against African swine fever (ASF).
The Carbon Trust has certified a feed additive from Swiss firm Agolin as the first of its kind to help reduce methane emissions in cows.
Denmark's leading aquaculture feed company BioMar has improved its domestic hatchery research capabilities.
Although food companies have been successful in bringing down Salmonella in chicken products, the next focus could be best practices on the farm.
Animal Pharm is looking for new authors for its animal health industry reports team.
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