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Designed for dairy producers and industry partners, the 2013 World Dairy Expo will showcase some of the best dairy farms in the industry as well as offer industry-leading seminars.
Feed additive produces first EMS-free cycle in infested pond
The WATT/Rennier Poultry Confidence Index reflects industry sentiment for high and sustained profitability.
Feed association CEO anticipates small growth for industry this year
The opening session of the symposium outlined the future of agriculture, including using algae with DHA to farm fish sustainably.
The Renewable Fuel Standard has cost the poultry industry billions of dollars in added feed ingredient costs and consumers billions in added food costs.
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Operations throughout the country are growing quickly with a goal of exporting by 2020.
An expert panel discussed the poultry industry’s use of antibiotics, the importance of veterinarians under the Veterinary Feed Directive and the public’s perception of the issues.
After six years of market turmoil, will poultry producers begin to see a rebuilding of grain stocks and a strengthening of poultry demand in 2013?
Data collected will help producers, feed industry, farm policy makers with decisions
The use of non-renewable resources is unsustainable, but the production of ethanol does not reduce the use of fossil fuel.
Poultry survey respondents report increased confidence in industry, but market analysts say animal feed costs, the US drought and ethanol mandate continue to be problematic.
If the grain harvest is good, there are tantalizingly supportive economic signs for poultry producers.
After a year fraught with droughts and market upheavals, this year’s World Feed Panorama shows that on a global scale, things might not be as bad for compound feed production as one might expect.
Experts from petfood and human food industries share the latest research—plus you can meet with leading industry suppliers and peers
Analyst offers feed buying strategies during WATT webinar
Corn producers outside the US are coming to the rescue of the long-suffering poultry and livestock industry and being handsomely rewarded with high prices … for now.
It’s the end of the year and the end of this Congress. Now what?
VIV sees today’s meat business as being about improving yield, traceability, profitability, quality, portioning, efficiency, hygiene, performance and transparency.
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