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Updates African swine fever once again dominated the news, as well as forecasts for 2020.
During the holiday season, there has been a dip in the number of new outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) officially reported in Europe and elsewhere.
At a checkpoint on a highway in the Luzhou region of China’s Sichuan province, a group of 435 pigs were found to be infected with African swine fever (ASF).
The death toll attributed to ASF among Indonesia’s pig population has risen to more than 42,000.
Technology has the ability to change the way poultry, egg and feed producers do business over the next few years.
After 2019’s harvest, high levels of mycotoxins have begun to crop up in animal feed and forage across North America, with likely ties to last year’s delayed harvest and wet weather.
The 2020 Alltech Global Feed Survey estimates that international feed tonnage decreased by 1.07% to 1.126 billion metric tons of feed produced last year.
As 2020 approaches, what trends should the animal feed industry expect in the next year?
Tyson Foods is planning to build a new feed mill in Storm Lake, Iowa, to replace an older mill in the community.
Globally, consumer demand for poultry meat and eggs has maintained its upward trajectory.