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The world's 10 largest pig producers have been identified through a survey conducted by Pig International and WATT Global Media.
Of the 101 compound feed manufacturing companies highlighted in the 2015 edition of Feed International's World's Top Feed Companies report, 28 percent hail from Europe.
In 2015, the Top 10 egg-producing companies in the world were located in six countries: the United States, Ukraine, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Japan and Thailand.
In 2014, Brazil, the United States, Thailand and China were home to the Top 5 poultry-producing companies. You can find out more about the World's Top Poultry Companies with the digital edition of Poultry International.
Based on the data collected for Feed International/WATT Global Media's World's Top Feed Companies report, this infographic highlights where the leading Asia-Pacific companies are located and their 2014 compound feed production volumes.
Learn five facts about the U.S. poultry producers listed in WATT PoultryUSA's exclusive Top Poultry Companies report.
Maize, or corn as it is known in the U.S. and some other countries, is perhaps the most well-known cereal used in farm animal diets. Its global production nears 1,000 million metric tons, with over 35 percent of that being produced in the U.S. No wonder then why most international nutritionists follow the U.S.
Based on WATT Global Media's Top Feed Companies data, this infographic highlights the Latin American animal feed producers manufacturing more than 1 million metric tons of compound feed annually.
The cage-free egg movement gained a lot of momentum during the second half of 2015, with numerous North American companies making pledges to transition to using only eggs from cage-free hens.
Originally broadcast on April 19, 2016, Dr. Chris Hurt, Purdue University, and Tom Elam, FarmEcon.com, presented an industry outlook on the supply and demand for poultry and red meats, expected planting acres for corn and soybeans, and pricing forecasts for these commodities.