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Livestock Feed Manufacturing

Manufacturing animal feed takes raw agricultural ingredients, such as corn, wheat, sorghum, forage, vitamins, additives and minerals and formulates them into a nutritious feed tailored for a production animal’s specific dietary needs. Find the latest articles, news and analysis on livestock feed manufacturing from the editors of Feed Strategy magazine.


Perdue AgriBusiness to reopen former Cargill grain elevator

Vincennes, Indiana, elevator will be open in time for 2018 harvest
Perdue AgriBusiness will purchase and reopen the former Cargill grain elevator in Vincennes, Indiana, ensuring farmers the return of an important local grain market in time for this year’s harvest, the two companies announced.
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Scottish farmers seek solutions to feed, fodder crisis

Long, cold, wet winter followed by extended hot and dry spell has led to a shortage of animal feed
A long, cold, wet winter followed by an extended hot and dry spell has farmers in Scotland looking for ways to solve animal feed and fodder shortfalls.
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HyLife expands pork feed mill in Manitoba

Growth will help meet demands for high-quality pork in Japan
HyLife’s recent feed mill expansion in Killarney, Manitoba, Canada, has not only helped the company reach new heights in its production ability, but it has also rejuvenated the economy in rural southwestern Manitoba.
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FDA investigates deaths of six horses from contaminated feed

Equipment not properly cleaned after mixing cattle feed containing drug toxic to horses
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating an animal feed company after it sold horse feed that contained a drug used in cattle and poultry feed that is toxic to horses, leading to the deaths of six horses.
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Savage Companies, Bartlett complete merger

Deal combines supply chain strengths in agriculture, energy and chemical, and environmental sectors
Supply chain provider Savage Companies and grain and milling firm Bartlett and Company have completed the merger of their businesses to form a combined entity, Savage Enterprises.
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German farmers seek relief from heat wave, drought

Farmers, expecting small harvests and high feed prices, ask for EUR1 billion in aid
A dry spell and heat wave across the north of Germany has farmers calling for EUR1 billion in special aid, but the government said it will have to wait for an August harvest report before making a decision.
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