Raw Materials for Feed: OAT AND 2021 EXPECTATIONS
Oats, which draw attention with their starch, protein, vitamin and mineral content and which is a valuable feed raw material mostly used in animal...
Feed Raw Materials: BARLEY & 2021 EXPECTATIONS
According to August data of International Grains Council (IGC), world barley production, which was 139 million tons in 2018/19 season, reached 156 million tons...
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...
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.
Soybean & 2021 Expectations
Expectations for an increase in soybean production continued in March. The harvest, which started in southern hemisphere countries such as Brazil and Argentina, which are the biggest exporters, will clarify the expectations for the season.
Feed Raw Material: CORN & 2021 EXPECTATIONS
The type and amount of grains used as feed raw material in animal feed depends largely on the nutritional value and costs. Although the primary grain type preferred in different regions varies, corn is the most commonly used in feeds produced for many different animal species, especially the poultry group.
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.
Oil extraction plant from Cherkizovo Group
Cherkizovo Group, Russia’s largest meat producer, has announced the signing of an investment protection and promotion agreement (IPPA) for the construction of an oil extraction plant in the Lipetsk Region.
Cargill to advance regenerative agriculture practices
Cargill to advance regenerative agriculture practices across 10 million acres of North American farmland by 2030.