• Animal Nutrition

    ‘Developing animal feed products’ book launched

    A new book, ‘Developing animal feed products’, reviews advances in optimising the key stages in developing new animal feed products, from assessing feed ingredients, product development and processing to maintaining quality and safety. The animal feed sector faces increasingly complex challenges. It needs to improve feed digestibility/efficiency whilst also promoting growth and enhancing both product quality and safety. Meanwhile, it has an increasingly important role in helping to promote animal health, welfare and the sustainability of farming. Edited by Dr Navaratnam Partheeban, formerly at the Royal Agricultural University in the UK, and developed as a reference for animal feed companies  

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  • Animal Nutrition

    Animal Feed Additives Market Size Worth $49,874.8 Million, Globally, by 2028 at 5.4% CAGR

    The Animal Feed Additives Market Size is driven by growing meat consumption and numerous outbreaks of diseases in animals, the surge in feed production due to the introduction of new feed products and categories of products, such as organic feed. The poultry segment accounted for the largest market share in 2020, whereas the aquaculture segment is expected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period. NEW YORK, Jan. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to the new market research report “Animal Feed Additives Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis By Type (Amino Acids, Vitamins, Carotenoids,  

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  • Animal Nutrition

    How this startup is empowering farmers to address animal feed challenges

    Having lived in a rural area of Uttar Pradesh, Kumar Ranjan was well exposed to agriculture and the hardships faced by farmers. A serial entrepreneur and business consultant, Kumar always wanted to work with farmers, which is why in 2020, he teamed up with his friend Ravi Chauhan to start E-feed, a company that is solving challenges related to animal feed. Co-founders Ravi Chauhan (L) and Kumar Ranjan Focusing on animal nutrition, according to the founders, helps cut carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions, including methane, thus laying a positive impact on the environment. “Most farmers are unaware  

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  • Animal Nutrition

    Optimal use of feed additives could promote intestinal health in pigs

    Modulation of intestinal microbiota toward a more beneficial microbial community can be a key factor in enhancing intestinal health, and thus boosting the growth performance of nursery pigs, noted the authors of a review published in Animal Nutrition​​.​ The aim of the paper was to provide the latest insights into the interaction among intestinal microbiota, dietary components, and the intestinal health of pigs. The pig’s diet and its associated components such as feed additives are the main factors affecting the microbial composition and is central in stimulating a beneficial population of microbiota, said the reviewers.  “The use  

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  • Animal Nutrition

    Companies join forces to enrich feed | Interests

    A United Kingdom-based animal-nutrition company joined forces in 2021 with a Canadian biotechnology company to improve human health – by naturally enriching animal feed with a sustainable omega-3 DHA solution. Devenish and Mara Renewables Corporation launched the new joint venture, calling it “Humanativ.” The move formalizes a long-standing partnership between the two – and enables them to deliver a unique patented omega-3 DHA solution to the global animal-nutrition market. Devenish Executive Chairman Owen Brennan said, “We are thrilled to partner with Mara on this new venture, which will enable us to deliver on our shared vision of improving human and  

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  • Animal Nutrition

    Animal Feed Additives Market to Witness Steady Expansion During 2021-2031

    Animal Feed Additives Market- An Overview Animal feed additives are nutritional substances added to the feed of livestock. Some of the feed additives include amino acids, minerals etc. Amino Acids play an important role in a number of processes such as dietary intake, reproduction, gastrointestinal health, and, metabolism. One of the amino acid types called methionine is used largely in the poultry industry, while another type called lysine is used in the pork sector. Large manufacturers in the animal feed additives market are striving to obtain certifications from world-renowned agencies, who carry the responsibility of ensuring the safety of animals  

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  • Animal Nutrition

    Animal Feed Micronutrients Market Size, Analysis, Forecast to 2029

    New Jersey, United States,- The latest report published by Verified Market Research shows that the Animal Feed Micronutrients Market is likely to garner a great pace in the coming years. Analysts examined market drivers, confinements, risks and openings in the world market. The Animal Feed Micronutrients report shows the likely direction of the market in the coming years as well as its estimates. A close study aims to understand the market price. By analyzing the competitive landscape, the report’s authors have made a brilliant effort to help readers understand the key business tactics that large corporations use to keep the  

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  • Pet Food

    Would you feed crickets to your pet? Why insect-based pet food could become all the buzz

    First there was recycling, then cutting down on flights, now feeding your pets insects is the latest lifestyle choice to help tackle climate breakdown. Environmentally minded pet owners are choosing to feed their animals meals made out of crickets, mealworms and black soldier flies in an attempt to curb the huge carbon emissions produced by raising livestock for traditional, meat-based diets. Experts say pets can be fed insects as they are rich in protein, and that farmed species can also contain high fats, oils, mineral and vitamin levels. Preliminary research also suggests that when insects are farmed commercially, emissions, water,  

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