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Bühler launches digital service MoisturePro for optimal food and feed drying


Cloud-based service saves up to USD 20,000 in energy, with a ROI of USD 300,000, while ensuring food and feed safety. MoisturePro uses Microsoft’s Azure IoT cloud platform technologies to build an intelligent drying solution with real-time, continuous moisture management. At Microsoft Ignite, Bühler today officially launches MoisturePro™, a cloud-based …

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AFIA cheers “NAFTA 2.0” agreement


The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) welcomed the new agreement (USMCA) that will replace NAFTA. AFIA’s President and CEO Joel G. Newman thanked the US administration and yet said they chanted ‘do no harm’ during the negotiations regarding the agreement.  The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) commends the White House …

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Nutriad pursuing growth in China


Nutriad is preparing to increase its market share in China. CEO of the company Erik Visser says they can accelerate growth in this country with their practical solutions and the local technical support available. Global feed additives producer Nutriad, a leader in palatability; mycotoxin management and gut health solutions, was …

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“The export potential of Turkish aquaculture is huge”

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Prof. Dr. Murat Aslan, Dean of the Faculty of Aquaculture at Atatürk University, said the Turkish aquaculture sector is a very important export source. Speaking at the 5th Fish Feeding and Feed Technology Workshop held on September 6-7 in Erzurum, Murat Aslan pointed out that Turkey uses only a small …

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Saudi Arabia to allow private sector to import feed barley

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Saudi Arabia will allow the private sector to import feed barley, state grain buyer SAGO confirmed. The agriculture ministry took the decision after requests from private sector, SAGO said. Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest importer of feed barley, will restore a private sector role in the trade after two years …

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DSM tops Dow Jones Sustainability World Index


DSM was named the leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index one more time. Recently, DSM was named on Fortune Magazine’s ‘Change the World’ List for the third consecutive year. Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in nutrition, health and sustainable living, has once again been named the …

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China’s soy appetite is leaving Brazilian crushers empty-handed

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Crushers in Brazil are running out of soybeans amid tougher competition from Chinese buyers for the remaining 2017-18 season supplies. Since export prospects remain favorable, crushers may need to turn to imported soy-oil to meet domestic demand. Brazilian crushers have been working with negative margins since the second half of …

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Cargill’s poultry business expands into Poland with acquisition


Cargill’s European poultry business is expanding into Poland with the acquisition of Konspol which has more than 1,700 employees in Poland and operates a feed mill and five broiler farms. The acquisition will increase Cargill’s production capacity and proximity to existing customers to offer expanded value-added and poultry products. International …

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Swiss cow feed to contribute to fight against global warming


A Swiss firm has developed a feed that cuts methane emissions from livestock. This is expected to have a positive effect on global warming danger. Cows burp and fart more than they need to, says a Swiss firm that has developed a feed that cuts methane emissions from livestock – …

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