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Ukraine crisis threatens feed prices

Ukraine crisis threatens feed prices
31-03-2014 08:31 AM | Feed and Forage, News
Global feed enzyme market now $1bn
According to recent analysis carried out by AB Vista, the global market for non-starch polysaccharide (NSP) and protease enzymes is considerably large...
31-03-2014 08:01 AM | News, Poultry, Arable, Cereal, Crops, Feed and Forage
Ukraine crisis threatens feed prices
The political crisis in Ukraine is threatening to reverse recent falls in the cost of feed, with wheat prices spiking following the annexation of Crim...
03-03-2014 11:24 AM | Crops, Feed and Forage, News
Boost for maize
John Jackson, Farms Manager for Severn Trent Water Ltd in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Warwickshire, grows continuous maize on some parts of the fa...
Plumpton College Open Day
Plumpton College has an Open Day on Saturday 10th May 2014. There will be courses and careers advice, apprenticeships information, business trainin...
Revise feed programmes for free range hens this winter, farmers warned
With cold weather conditions threatening to inhibit the ability of free range hens to self-regulate their body temperature, nutritional experts at ABN...
08-11-2013 13:40 PM | Feed and Forage, News
First containerised Indian Non-GM Soymeal available to UK feed sector
The first, fully sealed 20Mt containers of Cert ID Non GM certified Indian soymeal for the UK feed sector are now available through London based impor...
Most popular year yet for Natural England grant scheme
From Northumberland to Cornwall, farmers in 79 priority catchment areas of England have submitted more applications than ever before for funding from ...
29-07-2013 09:59 AM | Feed and Forage, News
Soya supplies tight as importers run out of stocks
In Spain & Italy the wheat harvest is about 75% complete, although rain delayed proceedings in Italy, and the combines have started to roll in France,...
29-07-2013 04:53 AM | Cattle, Feed and Forage, News
Irish beef partnership avoids the feeding crisis
Dr Steve Collins, a beef farmer from West Cork has found an innovative way to avoid the Irish feeding crisis. Steve, a founder of the Dingle Dexter B...
Hydor extends poultry range following BFC purchase
Agricultural ventilation specialists Hydor will be featuring a range of products from BFC Parts at this years Livestock Event (Stand LE-365). The rang...
01-07-2013 08:27 AM | Feed and Forage, News, Supermarkets
Pressure group accuses Tesco of breaking promise on GM Feed
A pressure group has accused supermarket giant Tesco of breaking a promise to customers by abandoning its requirement that egg producers use only non-...
28-06-2013 12:20 PM | Feed and Forage, News, Pigs, Poultry
NZ poultry processor invests in MTech software
MTech Systems — the global supplier of software for poultry, pig and animal feed industries — has reached agreement to supply Van Den Brink Poultry, o...
Flies offer 'highly nutritious' replacement for soya
A biotechnology company is offering what it says is a highly nutritious replacement for soya in animal feed by farming flies. AgriProtein Technologies...
GM will revolutionise UK agriculture, says Paterson
GM crops offer a 'wonderful opportunity' to benefit human health as they are a safer alternative to conventional plants, according to the Environment ...
12-06-2013 13:50 PM | Arable, Cereal, Crops, Feed and Forage, News, Pigs
GM feed harming pig health, says new research
A new study claims that pigs were harmed by the consumption of feed containing genetically modified (GM) crops. GM-fed females had on average a 25%...
03-06-2013 10:10 AM | Feed and Forage, News, Poultry, Arable, Cereal, Crops
Sainsbury's test egg producers for GM feed
Free range egg producers supplying eggs for Sainsbury's supermarkets have been subjected to tests for the presence of GM content in feed. Sainsbury...
29-05-2013 11:13 AM | Feed and Forage, Meat Processing, News
Flies: from nuisance to nutrition
A new €3 million, EU-funded project, PROteINSECT, is investigating how flies can contribute to the growing demand for protein in animal feed. With ...
01-05-2013 16:13 PM | Feed and Forage, Housing and Storage, News, Sheep
Fallen stock red tape 'unnecessary gold plating', says FUW
The Farmers’ Union of Wales today branded the Welsh Government’s failure to heed its warnings to make a fallen stock burial derogation more workable -...
Bird flu could reduce domestic demand for feed
David Sheppard, Gleadell’s Managing Director, comments on the wheat market. Wheat - Chinese import demand has been hit by a new bird flu outbrea...
26-04-2013 17:21 PM | Appointments, Arable, Crops, Feed and Forage, News
Donated animal feed arrives for snow-hit farmers
Fifty-five bales of donated fodder were delivered to the hill farmers of south Cumbria who lost thousands of sheep in snow blizzards and are seriously...
Mega farm fears threatening UK livestock production
Growing urbanisation of the British countryside is threatening national food production, says the National Pig Association. There are concerns tha...
23-04-2013 14:49 PM | Arable, Cattle, Cereal, Crops, Feed and Forage, News, Pigs, Sheep
Arable and livestock co-operation 'needed this spring'
Arable producers struggling to get crops drilled should take advantage of the forage shortage in the livestock sector and grow maize, suggests James T...
A breath of fresh air
Diane Symes, Chair of the AHDB Education Group, shares her passion for teaching children about food, farming and health eating. It’s my passion - ...
17-04-2013 16:33 PM | Feed and Forage, Grassland, Market Reports, News
Control weeds to maximise silage yields and quality
Farmers desperate to replenish empty forage stocks in the next few weeks can increase silage yields and quality by getting rid of broad-leaved weeds l...
25-03-2013 11:57 AM | Feed and Forage, News
Driving hours relaxed for animal feed deliveries
The Government has brought in a temporary and limited emergency relaxation in driver hour regulations to deliver feed supplies to livestock farms to m...
Proterra Foundation's 2013 conference to be held in Netherlands
The ProTerra Foundation, the not for profit organisation set up to support the European food and feed industries in sourcing sustainably produced, non...
19-03-2013 09:46 AM | Feed and Forage, News, Pigs
Pig farm incomes fall 50% in past year
A new report from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has estimated that pig farm incomes have fallen by around 50%, a third succes...
18-03-2013 13:56 PM | Feed and Forage, News, Renewable Energy
Feed is contributing to climate change, says crop expert
European agriculture’s reliance on imported protein for use in livestock feeds is environmentally detrimental, not to mention expensive. The EU imp...
12-03-2013 09:09 AM | Feed and Forage, News
Cert ID's 'Ohne Gentechnik' opens doors for UK food and feed
Non-GM certification body Cert ID Europe has been approved as the first UK group for VLOG, the German government-backed programme which advocates the ...
22-02-2013 08:58 AM | Poultry, Appointments, Dairy, Feed and Forage, News
Ufac appoints Egyptian distributor
Ufac-UK has appointed Unitrade Egypt Company as a new distributor for their dairy and poultry supplements for the whole of Egypt. This was marked ...
18-02-2013 13:33 PM | Feed and Forage, News, Shows and Events
New era of phytase debated at IPS 2
Incomplete destruction of phytate is compromising the profitability and sustainability of the animal feed industry, according to information presented...
14-02-2013 09:39 AM | Feed and Forage, Finance, Market Reports, News
Running an agri business 'becoming increasingly complex'
The operating environment for food and agriculture companies is becoming increasingly complex as new external influences compound rising commodity pri...
Maize 'still the most cost effective feed'
Maize is still the most economic forage, according to a new analysis of Maize Growers Association (MGA) data carried out by Grainseed Ltd. Despite ...
Environmental Stewardship derogations continue due to bad weather
Natural England will be continuing to make its Environmental Stewardship scheme derogations available due to recent wet weather and snowfall. They ...
02-02-2013 10:38 AM | Feed and Forage, Market Reports, News, Pigs
Thompson’s tip: Check the basics to save feed
With the high price of feed focusing attention on feed conversion, ACMC veterinary consultant, Paul Thompson, advises pig producers to check that the ...
Needham Chalks sold in multi-million pound deal
Needham Chalks has been sold to Bishop's Stortford based Harlow Agricultural Merchants, who also acquired a leading analytical laboratory business fro...
04-01-2013 13:33 PM | Cattle, Dairy, Feed and Forage, News
Keenan wins Science award with livestock feeding system
An innovative approach to feeding dairy and beef cattle has won the 'Practice with Science' award presented by the Oxford Farming Conference and the R...
Weather and feed costs denting farmer confidence
The effect of adverse weather conditions combined with concerns over feed bills have dented farmer confidence to invest according to a new survey. ...
28-11-2012 14:12 PM | Feed and Forage, News
Ufac-UK takes palm oil out of diets
Ufac-UK — the specialist feed supplements manufacturer — has announced that it has removed palm oil from over 90 per cent of its products. The UK g...
20-11-2012 09:01 AM | Feed and Forage, Finance, News, Poultry
Higher feed prices 'here to stay' says poultry chairman
The chairman of the British Poultry Council (BPC), John Reed, has warned that higher feed prices are here to stay. His warning came during a speech...
Feeding sows more efficiently
When someone mentions feed costs, thoughts typically gravitate towards what is happening in the finishing barn, simply due to the influence it has on ...
10-07-2012 15:46 PM | Feed and Forage, News
Lords accuses minister over EU fisheries reforms
The Fisheries Minister Richard Benyon is set to be questioned by a House of Lords committee on the way his department failed to keep Parliament inform...
14-06-2012 13:23 PM | Arable, Cereal, Crops, Feed and Forage, News
Plant breeding must address food security challenges - Moore
Advances in plant breeding are essential to help address the challenges of global food security and can also be a significant contributor to UK econom...
13-06-2012 11:21 AM | Crops, Feed and Forage, Finance, News, Arable, Cereal
Farm returns could be hit by euro uncertainty
Farmers have been urged to reassess their budget forecasts in light of the European uncertainty of the Euro and increasing pressures on costs. Spea...
13-06-2012 10:36 AM | Feed and Forage, News, Sheep
High sugar mixture provides boost for sheep systems
A new seeds mixture for extended grazing and comprising exclusively of the Aberystwyth-bred Aber High Sugar Grasses with a compatible white clover ble...
13-06-2012 09:12 AM | Arable, Cereal, CLA, Crops, Feed and Forage, Grassland, News, NFU
CAP reforms would damage UK competitiveness - NFU
Following a trip to Strasbourg to meet with key MEPs involved with the CAP reform process, farming unions have said the greening measures being propos...
11-06-2012 19:11 PM | Arable, Cereal, Crops, Feed and Forage, News, Property News
Danish bid to revive GM cultivation plan fails
Attempts by the Danish Presidency to revive a European Commission proposal to reform legislation on approving GM cultivation applications have failed ...
Grains and Oilseeds Market Report - 11th May 2012
WHEAT - USDA report corn plantings are 71% complete, 53% last week and 47% average. 
 - USDA report spring wheat plantings are 84% comple...
11-05-2012 08:31 AM | Arable, Cereal, Crops, Feed and Forage, News
Agricultural suppliers aiming to grow in mobile markets
Leading suppliers of animal feeds, agricultural supplies and horticultural products are looking to nurture their businesses in 2012 by targeting growt...
10-05-2012 15:37 PM | Arable, Cereal, Crops, Feed and Forage, News
High sugar grass offers better yield
The latest Aber High Sugar Grass AberGain enters the industry’s independent Herbage Varieties Guide with a Grazing Yield of 109% - highest of al...
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