In the 10th edition of All About Feed for 2020, we take a look at the range of webinars that were hosted by All About Feed and sister brands.
We travel to the South Africa to talk to a farmer who forward sold grains ahead of the Covid-19 pandemic, and we consider the impact of the US presidential election on Iran’s domestic pet food market.
In this article we take a look at major trends that are expected to impact the animal feed industry, including sustainability, insects as feed, and additives.
All About Feed together with sister brands, Poultry World, Dairy Global and Pig Progress, hosted a number of webinars which focused on a range of pertinent issues affecting the animal feed sector across various species.
Topics included mycotoxin management, gut health, weaning and advanced dairy farming.
Dr Wolfgang Peralta is head of swine feeding and nutrition at one of South America’s largest swine producers, Agrosuper. He describes the solutions in starting to replace as much fishmeal as they can from post-weaning diets.
Although trace minerals are added in very small quantities to livestock diets, they are essential for supporting the productivity and well-being of animals. Research now offers clarity on the correct amount of trace minerals needed.
Grain and livestock farmer, Clifford Mthimkulu, forward sold grain at a decent price when he realised that a national lockdown was looming.
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, many countries are restricting the trade of grains. Feed industries are faced with the challenge of reducing the cost of feed, fast.
In this article, Emily Marshall from Alltech discusses how the industry can produce a sustainable product without having to fundamentally change the way we feed and raise animals.
The European Feed Manufacturers Federation anticipates that compound feed production in the EU will drop by 2.2% due to the spread of animal diseases, Covid-19 and changes in consumer demand.
In this article we consider a study that evaluated the nutritional value of 6 seaweed species collected from the coast of Ireland, Scotland and France as a feed ingredient.
There are a number of reasons to be excited about carinata for animal feed. Also known as Ethiopian mustard, this highly sustainable crop is a cousin of canola.
Ukrainian pet food manufacturer, Kormotech, which, in 2019, ranked 3rd in the Ukrainian market in monetary terms and a leader in volume, is planning to be among the world’s largest pet food producers.
For many years, foreign brands have dominated the Iranian pet food market, but the results of the 2016 US presidential elections brought a nightmare to Iran’s pet owners when the Trump administration reinstated all US sanctions on Iran. The knock-off impact on the local pet food market was devastating. Joe Biden might change this.
Dejan Miladinovic discusses how the feed industry is seeking alternative natural ingredients that will promote growth and maintain health in domestic animals.