Borregaard LignoTech, an animal feed ingredients company, is expanding its business in the Middle East and India, and seeks partners for its animal feed additives business in these regions.
The company says it wishes to establish Borregaard LignoTech as a long-term supplier with the help of prospective partners that already have a strong local presence in these markets.
"Our additives are well known and established in most European markets and North America," said Tom Stylo, business manager for feed in Europe and Asia. "Following recent success stories also in Asia, we now want to expand in the Middle East and India — growing markets where we have little presence today, and in which especially the poultry segment represents an interesting opportunity for our products.”
extension outreach appointment, Dr. Tom Overton, professor of dairy management
within Cornell University’s College of Agriculture, spends much of his time
working with NY dairies, their nutritionists and vets on issues related to
transition cow management. In his opinion, one of the areas of opportunity for
dairy farms can be found in the management of the pre-calving diet. With
his team, Overton is currently involved in a commercial research study involving
55 farms focused on the influence of particle size on dry cow diets. “We’re
finding that diets are quite sortable with large differences in particle size
distribution,” Overton explains. “[The industry] needs to do a better job in
terms of particle size to make [the rations] less sortable.” In a
total mixed ration, sorting is problematic because cows tend to favor the grain
component and therefor may not consume the necessary fiber and nutrients. In
this video, Overton discusses his team’s research involving pre-calving dairy
diets at the World Dairy Expo. The 2014 edition of
the World Dairy Expo, which was held in early October in Madison,
WI, drew more than
300,000 visitors from roughly 90 countries. The event featured 2,500 head of
dairy cattle and more than 250 exhibitors.
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