Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Regional Consultation for Sustainable Growth of Aquaculture in Asia-Pacific

Asia is the region that contributes 92 percent of the world aquaculture production. Currently, aquaculture supplied over 60 percent of food fish directly consumed...

Domestic shrimp feed for better profitability and sustainability

The dominance of multinational companies over shrimp feed in India may soon end, thanks to a local feed developed by the Central Institute of...

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...

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...

Vietnam-a bright spot for International feed companies

South Korean conglomerate the CJ Group early this year announced the opening of its new CJ Vina Agri Feed Production Plant in northern Ha...

China adds further duties to US DDGs

China's contention that US exporters of distiller's dried grains are selling the animal feed product at unfairly low prices could have a chilling effect...

New Feed Mill & Maize Farm in Nigeria

In pursuance of Federal Government's diversification goal, a Chinese firm, Wuhan Longfecund Agricultural Development Company Ltd., has concluded plans to set up a feed...

Nuseed prepares for commercial omega-3 canola production in US, Canada

Nuseed -- a wholly owned subsidiary of Australia's Nufarm -- has completed preparation for regulatory approvals of its long-chain omega-3 canola. Australian filings have been...

Maize arrivals start in India while prices remain firm

Maize stocks have started arriving at yards, while prices of the produce remained firm during the previous week in the wholesale markets across the...

Increasing global production of oilseeds

Global oilseed production is forecast higher in November, primarily on larger soybean crops in the United States and Russia, as well as a larger...