See what topics were the most popular in the animal feed industry in October.

Cargill to acquire Diamond V

Responding to growing consumer preferences for natural and wholesome food production, Cargill has signed a binding agreement to acquire Diamond V, a leading global provider of innovative natural solutions and technologies that improve animal health, animal performance, and food safety.


Top 100 global animal feed companies of 2016

Report highlights global compound animal feed manufacturers producing volumes more than 1 million metric tons in 2016.


6 future global animal feed industry challenges

With global compound feed volume exceeding 1 billion tons for the first time, and another 300-plus million home-mixed tons, there is widespread concern about the next challenge to be faced by the animal feed industry.


A splash of olive oil, a glass of red wine for broilers

What does a Mediterranean style of diet have to do with broiler nutrition?


Cargill now full owner of African animal nutrition business

Further expanding its commitment to growth in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), Cargill is acquiring full ownership of the Provimi-branded Cargill Premix & Nutrition SSA business from Astral Foods.


Koch Foods to build feed mill in Roanoke, Alabama

Koch Foods will build a feed mill in Roanoke, Alabama, in Randolph County, with a capital investment of $40,450,000.


Fumonisin continues to spread across US corn crop

There have been new confirmed reports of mycotoxins in corn from several U.S. states, according to Neogen’s Monday Mycotoxin Report from October 9.


Eli Lilly conducting strategic review of Elanco

Eli Lilly and Company has launched a strategic review of its subsidiary Elanco Animal Health, the company announced on October 24.


More mycotoxins seen in US corn crop, silage

There has been a new confirmed report of fumonisin in corn in one U.S. state, while another state has seen its levels of the mycotoxin increase, according to Neogen’s Monday Mycotoxin Report for October 2.


Electrolyte balance in super pre-starter broiler feeds

Research indicated that broilers during the first week post-hatch may benefit from an increased dietary electrolyte balance.