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Tangrenshen: Tests rule out ASF in its animal feed

Chinese company had previously said it found the deadly virus in products made by one of its business units
Chinese animal feed producer Tangrenshen Group said tests have ruled out the presence of African swine fever (ASF) in its products, a day after the company said pig feed manufactured by one of its business units was contaminated the deadly virus.
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Pig feed producer reports ASF contamination in feed

First report of feed supplies contaminated with deadly African swine fever
Chinese animal feed producer Tangrenshen Group has reported that pig feed produced by one of its business units has been contaminated with African swine fever (ASF), according to Reuters.
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Kemin says its product not affected by RASFF notification

Belgian authorities confirm NutriCAB not within scope of Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed notification
Kemin says its coated calcium chloride product, NutriCAB, is not affected by a recent Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) notification from the Netherlands, which indicated that the maximum permissible level of dioxin in coated calcium chloride has been significantly exceeded for a product of Belgian origin.
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How animal feed producers ensure grain quality

Quality of grain may be determined long before it reaches the feed mill, but the receiving operator, testing and proper management play a crucial role in ensuring safe feed production.
Learn the key steps feed mill employees must take to ensure grain quality.
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