• Animal Nutrition

    Drivers, Constraints, Opportunities, Threats, Challenges, Investment Opportunities, and Recommendations

    Dublin, Jan. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Feed Enzymes – Global Market Outlook (2019-2027)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. Global Feed Enzymes market accounted for $1.18 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach $2.55 billion by 2027 growing at a CAGR of 10.1{c93c05115eae7b2853c4a44517667f24b04dafe21463d3cb653b86ff5269b0fa} during the forecast period. Increasing demand for animal-based products, such as meat products, dairy products, and eggs and rise in the global demand for naturally produced feed and feed additives are propelling market growth. However, factor such as higher inclusion rates of enzymes which may have negative effects is hampering market growth. Moreover,  

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    Phibro Animal Health Corporation Invests in Animal Nutrition Industry

    The information below has been supplied by dairy marketers and other industry organizations. It has not been edited, verified or endorsed by Hoard’s Dairyman. Phibro Animal Health Corporation is proud to announce the opening of its newly renovated plant in Omaha, Nebraska. The Omaha production facility is geographically positioned to manufacture and supply mineral nutrition products and trace mineral premixes to U.S. livestock producers. Now, an extensive facility upgrade provides the next evolution of food safety, product quality and output while enhancing our customers’ ability to meet growing consumer needs. Phibro has increased the manufacturing footprint to more than 100,000  

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    University of Guelph adds second clinical nutrition specialist to veterinary program | 2021-01-20

    GUELPH, ONTARIO — The University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, on Jan. 12 welcomed Dr. Caitlin Grant to its Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) as the recipient of the Nestlé Purina Professorship in Companion Animal Nutrition. Grant has received three degrees from the University of Guelph and will continue her tenure there as a veterinary proponent for proper companion animal nutrition. The Nestlé Purina Professorship provides $450,000 to the OVC over the next two and a half years, with the goal of enhancing veterinary student education on clinical nutrition for companion animals, broadening pet nutrition research and expanding the potential for  

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  • Animal News

    Director at New Hope Rescue in Colorado Springs charged with animal cruelty

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) — The director of an animal rescue in Colorado Springs is facing felony animal cruelty charges. Court records show New Hope Rescue Inc. Director Joann Roof was charged with animal cruelty, neglect, or mistreatment on August 23, 2020. She was not booked into jail for the charges, according to El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. When we called Roof to ask her about the charges, she told us she didn’t know why she had been charged but said that it related to puppies that were already adopted out. We also reached out to her attorney for comment  

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  • Pets & Animal

    Joe Biden’s Dogs Shepherd In New Era of Presidential Pets at the White House

    On Jan. 17, the Delaware Humane Association held a virtual “indoguration” for Major, Joe Biden’s three-year-old German shepherd, who was adopted from the animal shelter in 2018. The Zoom event drew over 7,400 attendees and their pets, raised some $200,000 to benefit the association, and featured a performance by Josh Groban, who sang a slightly altered rendition of “How Much is that Doggie in the Window.” “Major Biden, if you’re watching, it’s a real honor, Sir,” said Mr. Groban before his performance. But many attendees were deeply disappointed that Major didn’t make a live appearance during the event. They took  

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    Phibro Animal Health invests in animal nutrition

    Phibro Animal Health Corporation announced this week the opening of its newly renovated plant in Omaha, Nebraska. The Omaha production facility is geographically positioned to manufacture and supply mineral nutrition products and trace mineral premixes to U.S. livestock producers. Now, an extensive facility upgrade provides the next evolution of food safety, product quality, and output while enhancing our customers’ ability to meet growing consumer needs. Phibro has increased the manufacturing footprint to more than 100,000 square feet and added technology innovations that will position it to evolve alongside the industry for the next decade and beyond. “When the facility first  

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    Pig Animal Nutrition Market To Observe Exponential Growth By 2020-2027

    UpMarketResearch has recently updated the Pig Animal Nutrition Market report which now also includes the COVID-19 impact on the market during the forecast period 2020-2027. The report offers a comprehensive assessment of the future market scenario, drivers, challenges, restraints, and opportunities that are going to shape the market. Although the coronavirus pandemic has upheaval the picture of the market, it had persuaded the industry players to adopt creative strategies that helped them to sustain the difficult times while some of them created remunerative opportunities and expanded their market share. The market research report provides top-winning strategies and an in-depth analysis  

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  • Animal News

    Delta Animal Shelter granted dogs, horses from Rock animal cruelty case

    ESCANABA, Mich. (WLUC) – The Delta Animal Shelter has been granted the rights of all of the dogs and horses seized, including all animals born after the seizure, from a Maple Ridge Township home last August. “We’re all just celebrating. We’re hugging each other, we’re loving up these pups, talking to the horse folks. We’re just happy,” said Susan Gartland, director of Delta Animal Shelter. In Delta County District Court Monday morning, Rebecca Sue Johnson of Rock forfeited her rights to all dogs and horses to the shelter. The animals were seized by the Michigan State Police, and local foster  

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