As Muslim populations shift across Eurasia, the demand for halal meats and feed is growing. Over the past […]
Siberian herbs fuel the potential development of Russia’s first phytogenic feed additive production facility.
Troubles with aquafeed production hinder the development of Russia’s aquaculture industry.
Belarusian feed industry hit by multiple economic, agricultural challenges, including non-payment and grain surplus penalties.
Two major Russian premix plant investments move country away from imports and toward self-sufficiency.
Raw material shortages, trade sanctions, the ban on GM grains, and mycotoxin contamination present hurdles for the Iranian feed industry, but insiders are increasingly optimistic that production and feed exports could be on the rise.
Climate change and the increased frequency of zuds is destroying Mongolian pastures and the country’s underdeveloped compound feed industry is unable to support its livestock industry.
Estonian meat and dairy industries are hampered by numerous factors which are affecting the price and the demand for feed production. Despite this challenge, Pro Grupp Invest OÜ opens the country’s largest feed mill.
Moldovan farmers and feed manufacturers support import and production of genetically modified grains for animal feed, but politicians remain against it.