FeedMagazine
Issue 5-6/2017

Feed Specialities

» Specific feeding requirements of fattening pigs
Focus on performance and health

The performance potential of today’s modern pig genetics has increased substantially in recent years. In order to make full use of this potential, individual consultancy building on the animal health status, feeding and drinking technology, housing hygiene and the housing climate is needed, so that the optimal feed concept can be worked out. Only by taking these various influencing factors into account is it possible to design feeding in such a way that cost-efficient finishing can be realised at all.

» Limited growth
Rabobank EU Feed Market Outlook 2017

The European feed market is one of the world’s largest feed markets. Yet, it is stagnating in terms of volume growth. In this article, we will discuss short-term market developments and provide a perspective on structural shifts in the industry.

» Premixes enriched with know-how
Mixing precision and safety form the basis

The premixes produced by Twilmij in Stroe are mainly sold in Northwestern Europe. This is the main distibution area of Twilmij. The Plant and office are located near of Highway A1 in Stroe between Apeldoorn and Amersfoort. Because of the central locatin of Twilmij most of compound feed industry in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany are reached in three houres of time. In this region and the main distribution area of Twilmij th delivery pasths are short.

» Added benefit through partial replacement of vitamin E with Cabanin CSD
Catching antioxidative stress

Polyphenolic molecules display strong anti-oxidant activity (Rice-Evans, 1997). There is a positive, linear correlation between the polyphenol concentration in a product and its antioxidant activity (Proteggente et al., 2002).

» Aquaculture committed to sustainability
UN body examines impacts of subsidies

With its Oceans Forum, UNCTAD (United Nations conference on Trade and Development) has addressed the development of sustainable fisheries. At a conference in Geneva at the end of March, subsidies for fisheries were also identified as an inhibitor of sustainability. On this occasion, Andreas Stein of Euroduna Rohstoffe GmbH, Barmstedt, was able to show how the fishing and seafood production and trading chain is promoting sustainable management.
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