Monday, August 20, 2018

Ration Balancing Program by NDDB – Innovation in Livestock Feeding

Livestock feeding is an important aspect of dairy business and it plays very important role in milk production and profitability of dairy farming. An...

Soaring Chinese Soybean Stocks to Curb Import Growth – USDA

US officials cautioned over expectations of a substantial rise in Chinese soybean imports, citing the “high” stocks of the oilseed already bought, amid market...

Nutreco and West Coast JV to produce quality shrimp and tilapia feed in India

The planned joint feed venture between Nutreco and India's West Coast Group is expected to boost both the shrimp and tilapia sectors in the...

ICAR aims to raise oilseed output by 40% to 45mn ton by 2022

ICAR, the government's premier agricultural research body, aims to increase oilseeds production by 40 per cent in the next five years to 45 million...

Feed millers inked MoU with government – strategy to consume local corn in Indonesia

The Agricultural Ministry has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Indonesian Feed Millers Association (GPMT) to absorb 8.62 million tons of local...

Whether China opens the stock or not will remain a major price driver in...

During 2016, floods in Argentina resulted in supply estimates getting slashed due to the rains hitting during the start of the soybean harvest —...

Shifting dynamics assures short-term ‘softness’ in fishmeal pricing

A leading fishmeal analyst believes that while limited supply and increasing demand may eventually cause 'tight' markets, global prices are likely to exhibit 'softness'...

Feed samples from Asia-Pacific contaminated with heavy metals

Of the 1,375 samples of minerals, premix and complete feeds from 16 Asia-Pacific countries submitted for testing in the 2016 Alltech Asia-Pacific Heavy Metal...

ADM plans to expand its presence in China

Archer Daniels Midland Co , one of the world's largest agricultural traders, will widen its operations in China to produce fish feed, the company...

Protein plight: Brazil steals U.S. soybean share in China

U.S. soybean growers are losing market share in the all-important China market because the race to grow higher-yielding crops has robbed their most prized...