January’s top 10 animal feed industry articles, blogs

January’s top 10 animal feed industry articles, blogs

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Find out what you missed in feed news and blogs from last month

See what topics were the most popular in the animal feed industry in January.


  1. Top 10 feed integrators worldwide by annual production

The most recent Feed Strategy World’s Top Feed Companies rankings for the first time include a comprehensive combination of integrators and vendor companies, whereas in previous years the list had focused on vendors.

 

  1. Mexico bans GMO corn, plans to phase out imports

Mexico has banned genetically modified corn and plans to phase out GMO corn imports and the use of glyphosate, a broad-spectrum herbicide, by January 2024.

 

  1. Alltech: Global animal feed production up 1% in 2020

Global animal feed production increased 1% in 2020 to 1,187.7 million metric tons, according to Alltech’s 2021 Global Feed Survey.

 

  1. US market report sends corn, soybean prices soaring

Corn and soybean prices made another upward leap this week on the heels of reports from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that stocks of both commodities continue to narrow.

 

  1. VIDEO: What’s driving grain price volatility in 2021?

Scoular Co.’s senior vice president of commodity risk management Ed Prosser offers his insights into the spikes in 2021 grain costs.

 

  1. Mexico GMO corn ban includes animal feed imports

Mexico’s recent ban on genetically modified corn will include animal feed imports, according to a press release from the Secretariat of Agriculture and Rural Development.

 

  1. Limestone as the cause of cracked eggs (blog)

Ioannis Mavromichalis: This inexpensive ingredient can save producers from financial losses resulting from cracked eggs.

 

  1. Cargill opens new animal nutrition facility in Ohio

Cargill Animal Nutrition has opened a new premix facility in Lewisburg, Ohio, and marked the opening with a virtual event on January 11.

 

  1. Are corn, soybean prices headed for a correction?

Unprecedented demand for corn and soybeans, coupled with unexpected declines in global production, have sent prices racing toward historic heights in recent months.

 

  1. Insects: more than just a tasty treat for broilers

Research from The Netherlands reveals that feeding insect larvae can improve the welfare of broiler chickens.