Indian and US sbm compete in Sri Lanka

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Indian sbm is competing strongly with US sbm in Sri Lanka. Poultry integrators say Indian sbm is cheaper, and sellers offer better payment terms.

Ussec Sri Lanka Consultant Athula Mahagamage told Asian Agribiz that sbm demand is picking up in Sri Lanka as feed demand rises. “Currently, Indian sb...

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Editor, Asian Feed Magazine and FeedWatch, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Weaning is a stressful period for piglets and in this critical transition phase, many suffer from post-weaning diarrhea and other gut-related issues, she writes in ‘Gut health needs to start at the nursery’.