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A sharp decline in China’s hog prices in the first half of 2021 will affect the global market, according to Rabobank’s Pork Quarterly report from July.
Growing demand for insect meal could have significant benefits for livestock and wildlife habitat, according to a July report from the World Wildlife Fund and Tesco supermarkets.
Members of the Dominican Republic Army have been enlisted to fight the spread of African swine fever (ASF) on the island, according to a report.
The U.S. corn crop is set to exceed last year’s production, but it may not be enough to cut into rising corn prices before the end of the season.
The European Commission (EC) passed legislation that authorizes the use of some processed animal protein (PAP) and insects in feed for poultry and pigs.
With extreme rain events striking all corners of the globe this summer, affected producers might expect to see damaged and moldy pasture supplements.
Soon after the first cases of ASF were recorded in the Americas, animal health agencies joined stakeholders in the region to halt the further spread of the disease.
Tyson Foods is installing controlled atmosphere stunning (CAS) equipment at its pork plant in Columbus Junction, Iowa.
Animal feed and ingredients producer Furst-McNess Co. (FMC) has been acquired by Easy USA Holdings of Oskaloosa, Iowa.
JBS will enter the aquaculture sector with its acquisition of Australian salmon producer Huon Aquaculture Group Ltd. in a deal valued at AUD425 million (US$312.9 million), the company said in a statement.