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FEED Business Worldwide - January 2007Editorial Calendar 2019
Asian livestock breeds - Dying breeds or a cut above?
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No longer content with simply producing more, livestock producers in Asia are looking towards producing better, bracing a whole industry of breed genetics and niche nutritional feeds.

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Editorial Lineup for 
Livestock &Feed Business Worldwide: February 2020
       
    
View Point:
  • China's pork market more than a year on since African swine fever
 
Markets:
  • China changes the way the world trades pig meat - Plagues, pigs & a powerful dragon: China's dominates the swine meat trade
     
China:
  • China Industry News

  • Feed Additives

  • Animal Health
 
Species Focus:
  • Swine    

    - China and the pork exporting continentTo be advised 
 
Company:
  • Global meat demand in ASF-affected market helps push Cargill’s quarterly profit

     
     
Agri-Tech:


  • Brazilian cattle to benefit from Australian tag technology
 
Technical:


  • AB Vista:  The role of fibre fermentation In monogastric animals: β-1, 4-endo-xylanase increases total VFA and butyric acid production in broiler ceca

  • Adisseo:  Effective mycotoxin management in breeding gilts 
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