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Gut health needs to start at the nursery

Weaning is a stressful period for piglets and in this critical transition phase, many suffer from post-weaning diarrhea and other gut-related issues, leading to...

Managing feed sustainably for better business

In Asia, livestock producers must incorporate sustainability into their feed formulations. This not only helps reduce the environmental impact of farming but also caters...

Strategies to avoid mycotoxin risks in hatchery

Mycotoxins are widely present in poultry diets, but are frequently overlooked on parent stock farms, with negative effects appearing at hatcheries. “An integrated, three-step mycotoxin...

DSM updates guidelines in line with sustainability

DSM has updated its OVN Optimum Vitamin Nutrition guidelines to deliver sustainable farming practices. The company promotes OVN for its low environment footprint while improving...

DSM launches 4th generation phytase in Korea

DSM launched HiPhorius, its fourth-generation phytase, in South Korea last October. The product improves efficiencies in poultry, swine, and aquatic feeds. At the launch,...

DSM launches 4th generation phytase in Korea

DSM launched HiPhorius, its fourth-generation phytase, in South Korea last October. The product improves efficiencies in poultry, swine, and aquatic feeds. At the launch,...

Good first week crucial to piglet’s future performance

It is common knowledge that giving the piglet a good start goes a long way toward its future performance, but the first week of...

Overcoming peptidoglycan’s hidden threat with muramidase

Peptidoglycan (PGN) is a massive polymer of amino acids and sugars unique to the bacterial cell wall. The carbohydrate or sugar constituents alternate from...

Reducing viral threats through in-feed mitigants

There no longer is any doubt about the risks of viral infection coming from contaminated feed and feed raw materials. Fortunately for pig producers,...

Victam Asia showcases advances in feed industry

After a four-year break, Victam Asia and Animal Health & Nutrition Asia returned to welcome more than 400 exhibitors from around the world in...

Controlling Salmonella in broilers

Salmonella is one of the most important food safety concerns worldwide, and poultry products are one of the main sources of Salmonella contamination in...

DSM and Firmenich to merge

DSM and Firmenich have entered into a business combination agreement to establish DSM-Firmenich. The combination will combine DSM’s outstanding health and nutrition portfolio and...

DSM, WFP improve accessibility of nutritious foods

DSM and World Food Programme (WFP) are extending their partnership that seeks to improve the accessibility of nutritious foods for vulnerable people. They are...

DSM, Unicef partner in India to improve nutritional literacy

DSM has partnered with Unicef in India to increase the nutritional literacy of the people, working through companies to mobilize their workers towards this...

Rising prices and potential solutions

We are still on prices and cost-push inflation, which is raising raw material prices, cost of production, and ultimately food prices. Oil prices, supply...

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