What pigs eat matters to millennials

As consumer demand for pork remains high, millennial consumers say that what pigs eat has a strong influence on their pork-buying habits, according to...

Effects of various heat treatments on concentrations of DE and ME and on AA...

    Dr. John K. Mathai, a recent graduate from the Stein Monogastric Nutrition Lab, discusses the effects of varied amounts of heat and processing time...

Reducing Energy in Grower Finisher Rations Cuts Costs While Maintaining Performance

Farmscape for January 17, 2017 Full Interview 8:48 Listen A Feed Research Scientist with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry reports, by utilizing lower cost lower energy...

What do we know about on-farm feed milling?

Authors: Danilo Sotto, Tom Scott and Denise Beaulieu Reference: Western Hog Journal Summer 2016 Based on research from the Kansas State University, an average feed particle size...

New ADM Animal Nutrition™ Facility Uses Industry-Leading Technology to Meet Customer Needs for Livestock...

Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) today celebrated the opening of its new, high-tech feed facility in Columbus, Nebraska. “Earlier this spring, we opened our...

Catering for hyperprolificacy

Hyperprolific sows often do not perform as well in Asia as they do elsewhere in the world and this one day conference, Performance2017, was...

World Pork Expo: CBS Inc. expands team to strengthen South America focus

Canadian Bio-Systems Inc. (CBS Inc.) has announced the addition of a new international sales representative to its expanding team servicing the fast-rising South American...

Wheat CoProducts Vary in Protein Digestibility when Fed to Pigs

  Research from the University of Illinois is helping to determine the quality of protein in wheat middlings and red dog, two coproducts of the...

Alltech’s Algae Product Approved for Feeding to Swine in Canada

  Algae nutritional products from Alltech are now registered with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for use in the diets of pigs, dairy cows...

Fusarium Head Blight Damaged Cereals Lower than Expected in Manitoba

Full Interview 6:18 Listen Farmscape for August 25, 2016 Manitoba Agriculture reports, despite the abundant rainfall this season, the number of Fusarium damaged cereal crop samples...