Top 10 animal feed industry articles from May
Find out what you missed in feed news and blogs from last month
News about African swine fever dominated the animal feed industry in May.
The complex nature of the African swine fever virus (ASF) has left the pork industry dealing with numerous unknowns, and it could be years before researchers are able to answer all their questions, USDA Undersecretary Greg Ibach told U.S. lawmakers.
Further outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) have been confirmed in domestic pigs in Cambodia, China, Romania, South Africa, and Ukraine over the past week, and there are new cases in European wild boars.
Aquafeed producer Nutreco is in talks to buy the animal feed assets of CJ Cheil Jedang Corp., according to a Bloomberg report.
The ongoing trade war between China and the U.S., along with the outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) in China, has huge potential to affect American soybean and pork producers, according to two economists.
A possible African swine fever vaccine (ASF) has been developed and tested in wild boars in Spain, and one of the researchers indicated it may be able to protect other pig herds.
African swine fever (ASF) may be on the decline, but industry analysts fear the impact on related industries has only just begun.
If an unfamiliar person enters your farm and claims to be a feed company salesman, you would be wise to investigate if he is being truthful.
Cargill’s animal nutrition business is conducting a voluntary recall of select Southern States feed due to aflatoxin levels that exceed the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s action levels.
Vietnam’s battle to bring African swine fever (ASF) under control continues, but losses are already estimated at 1.7 million animals.
African swine fever (ASF), a highly contagious and deadly porcine virus, has rapidly spread throughout all of China, parts of Southeast Asia and several European countries – devastating herds and impacting global pork markets and trade.