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Elanco sells 2 production sites and closes another
Elanco Animal Health Inc. will sell two manufacturing sites and close a third as part of its efforts to improve efficiency and a reliable, quality supply for customers.
6 feed additives for heat-stressed poultry (blog)
Ioannis Mavromichalis: Heat stress requires three areas of attention: animal management and facilities, feed reformulation and additive supplementation.
FDA guidelines will end the use of over-the-counter antibiotics in animals
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finalized Guidance for Industry (GFI) 263, which outlines the process for animal drug sponsors to voluntarily change the approved marketing status of certain Prescription over-the-counter (OTC) medically important antimicrobial drugs.
Plant-based alternatives to fish oil are growing rapidly in aquaculture feeds
Although they are some of the newer alternatives to fish oil and fishmeal in aquaculture feeds, plant and algae products are rapidly gaining popularity, especially among producers aiming to target conscientious consumers.
The Danish Krone will phase out the use of palm oil in animal feed
European food producer Danish Crown will phase out the use of palm oil in its value chain by 2023, the company said in a statement.
PODCAST: Is BSFL a viable ingredient for livestock feed?
Merritt Drewery of Texas State University is studying the use of black soldier fly larvae as a potential ingredient in beef cattle feed.
Insect meal expands alternative options for poultry feed
Insects can provide new animal feed solutions and many benefits, but the industry also faces challenges, according to Stephanie Collins of Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Canada.
WH Group dismisses executive director for embezzlement
WH Group’s board of directors fired Wan Hongjian as executive director and vice president for misappropriation of company property.
Soybean exports fall after months of high prices
Although corn and soybean prices are expected to remain volatile for the year ahead, the latest reports from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) show signs that demand for both commodities has likely peaked, said Purdue economists in a webinar.
How to measure the value of fishmeal alternatives
The aquaculture industry is growing rapidly, increasing the demand for good quality aquaculture feed. According to an expert, the challenge for the aquaculture industry is to feed an increasing number of farmed fish with a limited supply of fishmeal.