Feed Ingredients

CJ Bio America to start construction in Iowa

CJ Bio America, a South Korean company, will celebrate the start of construction on its $320 million amino acid plant, in Fort Dodge, Iowa. The plant is expected to create more than 170 jobs in central Iowa by 2014. FULL STORY »

Increase feed efficiency to maximize returns

Feed efficiency can have the single biggest impact on feed cost per pig. With the current high feed costs, there has been a greater push toward managing feed efficiency within operations. FULL STORY »

Latest report suggests soybeans are market leader

A new report on world agricultural suply and demand estimates issued today by the Agriculture Department is setting up soybeans to be the market leader in the U.S. grain and oilseed complex, according to American Farm Bureau Economist Todd Davis. FULL STORY »

Nutritional value of whey co-products for weanling pigs

New research from the University of Illinois sheds light on the nutritional value of whey powder and whey permeate as a lactose source for pigs. FULL STORY »

Symposium delves into swine digestive physiology

The 12th International Symposium on Digestive Physiology in Pigs will take place in Keystone, Colo. on May 29 to June 1. It has grown into the premiere event for discussions on swine digestive physiology, organizers say. FULL STORY »

Finding answers to evolving DDGS products

Pork producers have embraced the use of distillers dried grains with solubles, but as the ethanol production process evolves, so have the DDGS products. To investigate options and provide answers, Nutriquest is sponsoring a meeting “How is Oil Extraction Impacting DDGS Value in Swine?” on March 21. FULL STORY »

Elanco Animal Health to acquire ChemGen Corp.

Elanco Animal Health, a division of Eli Lilly and Co., reports that Lilly has signed an agreement to acquire ChemGen, Corp. The deal will provide Elanco with feed enzyme products and underscores the company’s commitment to animal productivity, company officials say. FULL STORY »

Latest swine research available online

The 2011 Swine Day Report of Progress (Kansas State publication SRP 1056) details numerous swine research projects delving into herd health, nursery and finishing swine nutrition management as well as meat quality. FULL STORY »

Ensure adequate Vitamin D levels in swine diets

Vitamin D deficiency in young pigs can result in rickets, stiffness, lameness, and general unthriftiness; in mature animals, broken bones may result. FULL STORY »

Watch for mycotoxins

As corn harvest winds down, farmers need to watch for potential molds and fungus in corn. Fields that were hit with late-summer hail could pose a particular risk. Also drought-stressed corn is susceptible to aflatoxin. FULL STORY »

It is not too late to plant cover crops

Cereal rye is a hardy versatile plant that is one of the best choices for Michigan farmers to use as a cover crop. FULL STORY »

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