Latest technology improves feed mixing, production, and management
Adopting 21st century software, computing and cloud technology can pay big benefits. Sponsored by Adifo.
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Why you should integrate your formulation and quality solution - Update matrix
The feed industry is under constant pressure of tight margins and raw material price volatility. To allow for more precise animal feeding, and thus more sustainable animal production, feed companies are constantly investing and developing new technologies. (Think about the improved knowledge about and use of enzymes, probiotics, gut acidifiers and industry by-products...)
Beware of bumper cereal crops!
It looks like we are going to have a bumper crop of cereals this summer. Every time Mother Nature bestows upon us an unusual bounty of cereals, something is different. So, what happens when yield per hectare (or acre) increases because the conditions were just right?
Enzyme calculation in the cloud
As a feed industry specialist Adifo Software has been an innovator in the world of feed formulation for over 40 years. A number of years ago we were among the first to offer non-linear optimization in feed formulation software and we have continued to lead the way since.
Cloud-based system integrates technology, crop farming
When farmers want to get data from their fields to their retail partners, they can put the information on a portable disk drive and physically take it to them. But, with cloud-based systems, the exchange of information is instantaneous and does not require physical movement.
4 reasons why the feed industry can't ignore the cloud
For a number of years now, the IT world has been very enthusiastic about the cloud. The cloud has already been heavily implemented in consumer markets with a high number of easy to use applications that improve the day to day lives of millions.
Cloud continues disruptive march as spend is set to hit $195bn by 2020
In the firms Public Cloud Services Spending Guide it says that spend on Software-as-a-Service, Infrastructure-as-a-Service, and Platform-as-a-Service stands at $96.5bn in 2016. This figure is going to more than double by 2020 to $195bn at a compound annual growth rate of 20.4% between 2015 and 2020.