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Cargill calls on usa and china: Solve this ‘trade war’

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Guillaume Smeets, Cargill Animal Nutrition & Health: “We are concerned over the ongoing trade barriers between the United States and China, and we urge both countries to constructively reach a responsible resolution. Cargill supports trade policies that facilitate the free movement of goods, services, and capital, and it is also …

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“Biokey grows by raising awareness”

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Dr. İrfan Çoban, Biokey Gıda Tarım ve Hayvancılık Ltd. Şti.: “The increasing awareness of users about animal nutrition is canalizing the livestock sector to more natural and sustainable resources.” Interview by: Cemalettin KANAŞ We had the chance to do a very enjoyable and satisfying interview with Dr. İrfan Çoban, General Manager …

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‘Antimicrobial resistance is the biggest Challenge facing feed sector’

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Marta Hugas, EFSA-European Food Safety Authority: “Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is the biggest challenge facing the food sector, including animal feed. The use of antibiotics in animals and human medicine is a very important challenge for public health. Every year, more than 30.000 people die in the EU because there are …

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R&D applications for aquafeed extrudates

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Laboratory-scale testing to determine appropriateness for species and sustainability Providing a proper supply of protein for the world’s continuously increasing population is a tremendous global challenge. Consumption of fish and seafood is traditionally anchored in many dietary cultures and recommended as a significant source of protein for nutritional enhancement. However, …

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Obtaining protein from insects is 10 thousand times more efficient

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Syrine Chaalala – Mohamed Gastli, Co-Founders, nextProtein: “We are able to produce as much protein in 100 m² with insect farming as 100 ha of a soy bean field. That’s 10.000 times more efficient! We can harvest our protein every day, our insect of choice’s cycle is less than a month, …

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Turnkey Projects Widen Our Horizons

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Mehmet Özgür EROĞLU, Atlas Değirmen: “Turnkey projects have great importance for us. Regardless of how good we are at the machine or spare parts, we need to improve ourselves and produce new ideas. So, installing and delivering complete facilities widen our horizon and provide us wise ideas in R&D studies.” …

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Feed Companies Have No Luxury to Miss The Latest Tech in Analysis

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Eftal OK, Pars Analitik: “Instant measurement systems today may sound like a new technology to some of our customers. However, most of the major firms have already initiated the change and switched to this technology. Anyone doing business in this industry will switch to this system sooner or later.” Interview by: Cemalettin …

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80 percent of grain trade is done according to GAFTA standards

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“Gafta is an international trade association representing over 1800 member companies in 95 countries across the world who trade in Agri-commodities. Gafta awards can be enforced globally in 157 countries under the 1958 New York Convention on the Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards. All governments should support and work with …

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“We are overcoming the drought in Germany thanks to open market conditions”

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“The drought has hit German farmers quite hard, especially in the Eastern parts. German livestock holders suffer from a lack of basic fodder. However, German companies compensate the local loss with mostly other European imports within a very short period of time.” Dr. Hermann-Josef Baaken German Feed Association (DVT)Managing DirectorInterview …

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