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INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE FOR ANIMAL FEED & ADDITIVES INDUSTRY

June 23, 2021
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INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE FOR ANIMAL FEED & ADDITIVES INDUSTRY

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    Use of probiotics in animal feeds and market dynamics

    In the last 10 years, the use of probiotics in the feed of farm animals such as pigs, poultry, ruminants, aquaculture feeds, and pet feeds has increased significantly. According to a market research, the total sales volume of feed probiotics, which was 1.19 million tons in 2018, reached 1.26 million tons in 2019. It is estimated that this usage will increase in the coming years for reasons such as protecting animal health, supporting growth, increasing immunity and productivity...

    How can probiotic yeast help maintain dairy cow performance during periods of heat stress?

    Nutritional strategies to preserve dairy performance under heat stress should focus on supporting nutrient utilization by optimizing diet digestion, while preserving rumen function. In this context, the rumen specific yeast S. cerevisiae CNCM I-1077 — demonstrated to improve both nutrient digestion and rumen efficiency — has been shown to effectively alleviate the toll of heat stress on dairy production and improve rumination behavior.

    Bühler partners with TAM Systems for animal feed industry

    The feed processing market is expected to witness significant growth by 2027, driven by massive growth in feed ingredients, new product launches, and the adoption of new processing technologies. Bühler Group and TAM Systems are poised to support this forecast with a new Reseller Partnership.

    Partnership of leaders returns to feed industry as powerful solutions

    Bühler, one of the first brands to come to mind when it comes to food and feed technologies, joined forces with Premier Tech, a leading company in packaging technologies, in 2019. The partnership of the two leaders bore first fruit in the technology development phase in March: CHRONOS OML-1060.

    Hill’s Pet Nutrition plans to build new pet food factory

    Hill's Pet Nutrition plans to build new factory in Tonganoxie, Kansas to help meet growing demand for its pet food. Proposed investment in state-of-the-art facility will create 80 new jobs.

    Feed Raw Materials: WHEAT & 2021 EXPECTATIONS

    In its latest report published in May, the International Grain Council (IGC) estimates that world wheat production, which was 732 million tons in the 2018/19 season, was 762 million tons in the 2019/20 season. It is seen that the expectation for an increase in the 2020/21 season...

    Evonik launches feed raw material database with new features

    Evonik launched AMINODat® 6.0 feed raw material database as a web application. The database contains over 900,000 analytical results from more than 18,000 samples of more than 500 feed raw materials from all over the world.

    2020 Review: Covid-19 and Its Effect on The Feed Sector

    The Covid-19 pandemic was the main agenda for 2020. Like every sector, livestock and feed sectors have had their share of this outbreak. At the beginning of the pandemic, with the effect of panic purchases, the demand for meat, milk and fishery products increased. However, disruptions in raw material supply, logistics, and labor resources due to restrictions made it difficult for the industry to respond to consumer demands at the same pace.

    Is it possible to reduce the carbon footprint of livestock?

    About 40 percent of livestock emissions consist of enteric methane. Nitrous oxide and methane from fertilizer management are other emissions from livestock. Although it seems very difficult to control these two resources that arise as a result of a natural process, alternative solutions are also developing rapidly. Some studies are showing that changes to be made especially in the nutritional diets of animals decrease this rate.

    Feed Raw Materials: WHEAT & 2021 EXPECTATIONS

    In its latest report published in May, the International Grain Council (IGC) estimates that world wheat production, which was 732 million tons in the 2018/19 season, was 762 million tons in the 2019/20 season. It is seen that the expectation for an increase in the 2020/21 season...

    Global Dairy Industry and Trends

    World milk production is expected to increase by 1.6 percent annually between 2020 and 2029 and reach 997 million tons in 2029, according to a report prepared by OECD-FAO. This report reveals that the increase in milk yield is highly related to the diet. In countries where grazing-based livestock breeding is carried out...

    Mexico Animal Feed Market

    Mexico Animal feed market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 4.11% over the forecast period to reach a market size of US$8.292 billion in 2025 from US$6.512 billion in 2019.

    Russia Animal Feed Market

    Russia's animal feed market was valued at US$17.970 billion in 2019 and is projected to expand at a CAGR of 5.02% over the forecast period to reach US$24.110 billion by 2025.

    FAO Director-General calls for decisive action to tackle AMR

    FAO Director-General called at UN General Assembly for decisive action to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and added: "Need to address the double challenge of meeting growing demands for animal proteins while reducing AMR risks."
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    The never-ending test of livestock industry: FEED COSTS

    Dear readers, We concluded the June issue with two important file topics. The first of these files is about the use of probiotics, which are...
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    Preparing economical and nutritious feed formulations with MyNutriOpt

    Preparing economical and nutritious feed formulations with MyNutriOpt
    As they make decisions regarding animal feed formulation and production, animal nutritionists, feed formulators, and quality control professionals must address fluctuations in nutrient profiles, quality parameters and commodity prices. MyNutriOpt, the gateway to NutriOpt’s digital suite of solutions and services, delivers real-time information to support collaboration and efficient, informed decision making across the value chain. The system brings together multiple data sets into an easy-to-access resource that can help drive decisions regarding feed formulation, production economics and supplier management.

    4 ways to cope with increased feed prices

    4 ways to cope with increased feed prices
    These events are a stark reminder that for global agriculture climate change impacts are already a reality. High feed costs are an enormous challenge for the whole agricultural sector and sustainable strategies need to be adopted to enable a more efficient use of resources, both in the short and long term. This article explores possibilities to cope with the current situation. Through understanding the positions of farmers, integrators and feed millers and using targeted feed additive solutions, we can achieve a responsible use of resources that makes animal production more resilient to feed price increases.

    Save feed costs and reduce environmental footprint

    Save feed costs and reduce environmental footprint
    Enzymes have long been recognised as a way to reduce environmental impact, improve animal performance, and lower the cost of feed. In general, the use of exogenous enzymes in animal nutrition has been fundamentally based on the destruction of antinutritive compounds, which increases the digestibility of nutrients and improves productive yields. This article discusses new enzyme application strategies to maximize feed cost savings, mitigate phosphorus excretion, and reduce carbon emissions.

    ZnO will not be banned in animal nutrition in 2022 in...

    After the decision to ban the medicinal use of zinc oxide in piglet diets, feed formulators are seeking feed ingredients and additives which can reduce the risk of digestive disorders in critical phases like the post-weaning period. Specific potentiated form of zinc oxide can be used in premixes...

    The present and future of the insect industry in 5 questions

    The present and future of the insect industry in 5 questions
    Insects, which are considered as a valuable feed ingredient to reduce the environmental footprint and make production sustainable in the livestock and feed industry, has quickly turned into an industry. IPIFF Secretary General Christophe Derrien explained in 5 questions the current situation, market size, future potential and growth prospects of this rapidly growing industry.

    Insect-fed salmon and trout pass the test of taste with flying...

    insect-fed salmon and trout pass the test of taste with flying colours!
    As part of developing insect-fed value chains in aquaculture, InnovaFeed and its partners have conducted in-depth research on the impact of including insect protein in salmonids feed on the end product quality and taste. Expertly trained taste testers have evaluated salmon/trout fillets in comparative trials. In research, no experts were able to organoleptically differentiate insect-fed salmon or trout from traditionally-fed counterparts.

    Global Mycotoxin Review: 2020 ANALYSIS AND OUTLOOK FOR 2021

    Global Mycotoxin Review: 2020 ANALYSIS AND OUTLOOK FOR 2021
    Trouw Nutrition, Nutreco’s animal nutrition division, shared details of global mycotoxin analyses on feed ingredients and complete feeds in 2020 along with details of how Q4 2020 results might impact animal health and performance in 2021 and the company’s feed safety programme.
    Adiveter announces the available of Salmocid-F in Southwestern Asiatic market

    Adiveter announces the availability of Salmocid-F in South East Asian market

    Leading feed safety, Adiveter has just extended the availability of Salmocid-F to South East Asian market, a very effective formaldehyde-based product for application in feed against the main pathogens, including bacterias and virus.
    High mycotoxin risk across Europe

    High mycotoxin risk across Europe

    Samples collected from across Europe as part of the Alltech European Summer Harvest Survey have been submitted to the Alltech 37+® mycotoxin analytical services laboratory, and analysis is indicating the presence of moderate to high levels of mycotoxin risk.