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FEED Business Worldwide - June 2014Editorial Calendar 2017
Has the tide finally turned for beef?
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Market Focus
Decades of flat production, declining cattle numbers and falling per capita consumption give way to a new era driven by rising consumption in China, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
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Global Grain & Oilseed Markets:
  • Vietnam plays the world corn market

  • Vietnam's soy crushing capacity, imports and the world market

  • A dubious USDA corn market report

  • Beans today, palm leaves tomorrow

            
Markets:

  • Turkey: Meet the world broiler market's newest exporter 
       
  • New Zealand's dairy output revival
 
Spotlight on China:
  • China Feed Market Monthly Review - A weak springtime recovery

  • Industry Monitor:

    - Australia’s PDG to supply Bright Dairy

    - Zhongken buys control of Luyu Seed

    - Huamao opens chicken feed plant at Danfeng county

    - New Hope, Wens Group create frozen poultry joint venture
      
    - Dacheng Group and ITOCHU set up feed  JV in China

  • Company Updates - Shenzhen Jinxinnong Feed Company     

 
Industry:
  • Sanovo: Going further with egg processing       
    
Industry Updates:
  • Evonik to invest in Algal Scientific, plans to produce β-glucan from algae   
     
  • Fonterra unveils a new milk pricing structure

  • Evogene researching insect resistant feed crop genes

  • Elanco pays US$5.4 billion for Novartis Animal Health 

      

Executive Appointments:

  • Anitox appoints a new global marketing director  

     
  • Novus board names François Fraudeau as CEO   

               
Industry New Products:
  • Zhengchang's new, improved pellet mill   

  • TEXHA introduces a new poultry unloading system  

               
AnimalNUTRITION:
  • Costly dairy cattle protein inputs: Is there another means of achieving balanced amino acid intake?           

                 
Agribusiness Technology: 
  • Seeking solutions to the mycotoxin threat to animal health   

           
Events:

  • Preview:
- World Dairy Expo & Summit/China

  • Review:
- VIV India 2014

- VIV Europe 2014
 
Agribusiness 1- on - 1:  
  • Provimi: Better nutrition for better lives       

Editorial Lineup for  
LIVESTOCK & FEED Business Worldwide - December 2017
      
                              
Success Story:
  • To be advised
 
NewsFeed:
  • Kemin
 
Feed Milling News:
  • Biomin 
 
Focus Markets:
  • Cattle and beef 
 
Market:
  • One hungry dragon: How China became the red meat king     
 
China Spotlight:
  • Feed additive   
 
Focus Technical:
  • Feed hygiene and safety

    - Industry overview
                 
 
Industry Updates:
  • To be advised
     
Industry Movers:
  • To be advised
 
Animal trition:
  • DSM 

  • Provimi

  • Kemini   
 
Agribusiness Technology :
  • SANPHAR: Efficacy evaluation of a disinfectant in experimental Salmonella infection  
 
Events    
  • Preview:  

     -  Asian Pacific Aquaculture 2018

     -   VICTAM Asia 2018

  • Review:  

    -  ILDEX
     

    -  Livestock Taiwan
Industry Special:  
  • ADM          
Industry Feature:  
  • Silos Cordoba 

  • Amandus Khal: Crushing roller mills with great advantages for the compound feed industry          
   
Events Calendar
 
  • Agrilivestock Myanmar

  • IPPE     

  • VIV MEA

  • ILDEX Vietnam   

  • VICTAM Asia 2018

Agribusiness  One-on-One:  
  • Evonik          
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