Saturday, June 29, 2019
China becomes the world's top shrimp buyer but its output remains a mystery
Whether China produces closer to 400,000 tonnes or a million tonnes of shrimp annually is no longer in question: In less than a decade, a top shrimp exporter has turned into the world' leading importer.
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China Choline Chloride: Producers cut prices to boost demand
China Inositol: Weak trend prevails
China Threonine: Prices slide towards historic lows
China Soymeal: Prices rebound amid soaring soy costs
China Methionine: Market shows signs of weakening
China Lysine: Market stays stable with output decreased
Livestock   Feed
French animal feed provider in controversy involving cows with implanted 'portholes'
Evonik, Perdue AgriBusiness join forces to market GutCare probiotic in US
Cargill, InnovaFeed partner to bring sustainable feed to animal producers
Arla's new artificial intelligence tool predicts cows' milk output
Royal Agrifirm, Land O'Lakes to establish animal feed joint venture in China
Skretting, Protix enter deal to provide salmon feed supplemented with insect meal
Philippines livestock sector welcomes move to import 300,000 tonnes of corn at zero tariffs
US researchers question supplementing cattle feed with seaweed as way to fight climate change
Technical Forum
Short- and long-term effects of weaning age on pig innate immune status
Reducing antibiotic resistance; what to expect from feed additives?
Dietary sodium butyrate improves intestinal development and function by modulating the microbial community in broilers
Impact and management of heat stress in swine: an underestimated issue
Industry Happenings
Tyson Foods poised for continual, sustainable growth, officials tell investors
Aviagen: Ross Africa, Pas Reform team up for hatchery management school
Diamond V appoints new head of Farm Certifications Unit
Cobb North American technical service team welcomes two technical advisors
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