Saturday, December 16, 2017

Indian Corn, Starch Gelatinization & Feed Processing

Typical tropical broiler feed formulations contain high percentages of corn and high proportions of starch as well. Under processing conditions using heat and moisture,...

Government promotes hydroponic for growing fodder amid water scarcity

With increasing water scarcity due to frequent droughts and declining land availability for farming, government agencies are promoting hydroponic for growing fodder. Grown without...

Soyameal exports look bleak as neighbours cut demand

Without much publicity Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh have started processing soyameal, used as poultry and cattle feed, cutting their import dependence and affecting...

Fodder Shortage in Karimnagar

Prevailing drought conditions and depleting groundwater table are having a telling effect on cattle and other grazing animals with acute shortage of fodder in...

Developing country needs to strengthen quality control systems in feed analysis

A study conducted jointly by FAO and International Analytic Group (IAG) in Vienna, Austria, using data from a proficiency test conducted by these organizations,...

2016- A positive year for Global Poultry Industry

Recent quarterly report of Rabobank states that excessive supply expansion has outstripped continued strong fundamentalsrobust demand, ongoing low feed prices and relatively high competitive...

Cottonseed Oilcake Futures To Trade Up In Coming Months

Cottonseed oilcake, or kapaskhali, futures are expected to trade up in the coming four to five months on rising domestic demand, analysts said. In...

India’s Poultry market facing tough time due to less availability of feed raw materials

Indian soyameal exports declined to 22% during the first 8 months of the current financial year as compared to similar period of previous year...

Government allows duty-free import of maize up to five lakh tonnes

With maize production likely to drop for the second straight year due to drought, the government has allowed state-owned PEC to import 5,00,000 tonnes...

Newfoundland-grown corn project add hopes to make dairy industry less reliant on mainland feed

Corn for cows Dr. Mumtaz Cheema of Grenfell Campus, Memorial University Professor and agronomist with his team prepared corn that is meant to become silage...