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FEED Business Worldwide - June 2015Editorial Calendar 2018
After the crash, world dairy producers wake up to a changing landscape
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Imports are becoming less fashionable, foreign investment is back in style and feed-based exporters are challenging pasture land-based suppliers.
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Global Grain & Oilseed Markets:
  • Corn harvests top out, soy oversupply keeps growing


Feed-milling News:
  • Higher costs affect Japfa Comfeed’s Q1 bottom line

  • Vietnam firm eyes cattle feed business

  • Manila cites need for quality feeds

  • Giant Thai companies spread wings in India

  • Masan Group acquires two Vietnamese feed operations

  • ADM to build premix plant in China Archer Daniels Midland Company

  • New Cargill plant to produce 350,000 tonnes of feed in Iowa

  • Construction starts for $25m Alabama poultry feed plant


  • A look at Asia's most promising pig sector

  • A steady climb ahead for the US beef cattle

  • Optimism as Brazilian beef faces local woes
  • Industry Monitor 

    - Chinese layer breeding hub now Asia's biggest

    - New Wuhan Bright base

    - COFCO swine hub begins construction

    - Yukou, Evonik ink deal

    - Shanghai Xinbaiqin set to revolutionise animal feed, livestock transport in Asia

  • Feed & Livestock

    - Feed output growth loses steam

  • Feed additive 

    - Feed additives' prices range bound amid subdued demand

Industry Feature:

  • Minerals: Their impact on animal performance 

  • Sonac: Extracting the best from nature

  • Novus: Pioneering a multifaceted solution

  • Xingjia Bio-engineering: Shaping the trace minerals landscape

Industry Updates:

  • Hy-Line honours Indonesian partner     
  • Kemin's butyric acid seminars in Taiwan   

  • Agromed picks new Malaysia distributor   

  • Aviagen moves to new headquarters   

  • Nuscience acquires Nutrifarma in Brazil  

Industry Appointments:

  • BEC Feed Solutions' new GMs

  • Sustainable Nutrition technical director   

  • Diamond V poultry integration specialist        

Industry New Products:
  • Lienert's beef feed programme   

  • QuadGlow heating system for poultry   

  • Pneumatic Pick-Up Device from Dinnissen    

  • Adisseo: A new rapid test to evaluate selenium sources

Agribusiness Technology: 
  •  ANDRITZ: Mixing technology - An important step in the feed production process  


  • Preview:
- Livestock Asia 2015: Bigger, better and more timely
- Indo Livestock 2015: New venue keeps isolated east closer to industry hub
Agribusiness 1- on - 1:  
  •  Alltech: Small ideas, big impact         

Editorial Lineup for  
LIVESTOCK & FEED Business Worldwide - March 2018
  • Kemin: Prioritising customers to overcome challenges
  • Feed Milling (Output, technology, storage, transportation) 
  • China Industry News

  • Feed Additives

  • Animal Health 
  • The link between nutrition and immune health

     - Industry Overview

     - ADDCON:  Potassium diformate in sows and piglets - Part 1

     - Adisseo: Unique Bacillus strain - Effective to enhance immuno-responses     
  • Adisseo

  • Big Dutchman sees an increase of visitors at Myanmar's Agri-Livestock Show 2017

  • IMAS

  • Andritz   
Animal Nutrition:
  • AB Vista: Maximising energy release from fiber in beef rations – A new opportunity to increase animal performance?

  • Delacon:  Why it makes sense using phytogenic feed additives in grower-finisher pigs

  • Kemin: Mycotoxin survey for feed and feed ingredients in North-East and South-East Asia          
  • Indo Livestock

  • IPPE
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