05 May
Dr. Montiel featured on Adams on Agriculture
  • Posted by Anitox

Dr. Montiel featured on Adams on Agriculture

Feed is much like a trojan horse, often overlooked as innocuous, yet capable of introducing disease-causing pathogens through its own contamination.   Well, it stopped being overlooked last Friday, when feed became the focus of discussion live-on-air when Mike Adams of Adams on

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20 Apr
Paul Quinn of Milling Technology Services Discusses Milling Efficiency
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Paul Quinn of Milling Technology Services Discusses Milling Efficiency

As a partner to the world's food producers, Anitox is joining with Milling Technology Services' Paul Quinn and APHEYAs' Victoria Phillips to present an opportunity for five feed milling professionals to win a space in a Feed Milling Efficiency course. This course will provide extensive

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15 Apr
Dr. Montiel on Risk of African Swine Fever Virus Transmission via Feed
  • Posted by Dr. Enrique Montiel

Dr. Montiel on Risk of African Swine Fever Virus Transmission via Feed

Focus on Feed for Virus Transmission  I was excited to read the recent review of the risks and mitigations strategies for African Swine Fever Virus in feed by Dr. Niederwerder at Kansas State. It is great to see research emphasize the global impact feed has as a fomite. Feed has long

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14 Apr
Corn and Soy Prices Drive the Need for Milling Efficiency Programs
  • Posted by Anitox

Corn and Soy Prices Drive the Need for Milling Efficiency Programs

Rising Corn and Soy Prices Worsen Consequence of Shrink With 2021 projections for corn and soybeans prices to rise 14% and 8%, respectively, target moisture attainment in feed rations has become increasingly vital to milling efficiency efforts. Shrink, a moisture loss phenomenon is

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07 Apr
Mitigating Corn and Soybean Prices in Your Raw Materials
  • Posted by Anitox

Mitigating Corn and Soybean Prices in Your Raw Materials

Rising Corn and Soybean Prices From 2021 year-open, corn prices have risen from $4.84 to $5.39 per bushel. Soybean prices have increased to $13.91 per bushel from the 2020 year-open price of $9.56 per bushel. According to Business Insider, corn and soy prices are projected to see price

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22 Mar
Clostridia in Feed: A Challenge for Antibiotic-Free Poultry Production
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Clostridia in Feed: A Challenge for Antibiotic-Free Poultry Production

The main reasons for eliminating the antibiotics growth promotors (AGPs) in the poultry production are due to legislation in some countries, farm sector agreements, antibiotic resistance, and marketing strategy. In U.S.A., the USDA considers ionophores to be antibiotics as well as

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