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AB Agri extends gut health expertise with AB Vista acquisition of Progres®

AB Vista, a business line of AB Agri group, has acquired innovative natural gut health product for animal feeding, Progres®.

Innovation Lab’s research fosters collaboration between AB Agri and the Coal Authority

Amur, the Anaerobic Digestion arm of AB Agri, is working in collaboration with the Coal Authority to improve the UK’s Anaerobic Digestion (AD) industry. A mutual agreement has recently been signed between the two parties.

Feed – UK grown crops and proteins offer viable alternative to soya

Promoting the use of alternative raw materials and reducing reliance on soya in feeds is very much at the forefront of thinking in meeting Net Zero ambitions, both in ruminant and monogastric sectors.

Manure Management – waste not, want not

In a Net Zero farming eco system, one of the core ideas is that absolutely everything is captured and nothing goes to waste. By doing this we’ll make the whole farm system as circular as possible.

Do we need to talk more about methane?

When people think about greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide (CO2) usually comes first to mind as the worst offender in terms of climate change impact. But for us in agriculture, methane (CH4) has emerged as arguably the biggest ‘baddie’ to tackle.

AB Agri partners with GMP+ Academy on new Feed Safety Culture modules

AB Agri has partnered with GMP+ Academy’s Collective Knowledge Programme (CKP) to develop a series of e-learning modules on feed safety culture.

AB Agri acquires dairy specialists Kite Consulting and Advance Sourcing

AB Agri has acquired the dairy consultancy business Kite Consulting and its associated company, Advance Sourcing. Kite Consulting is a dairy specialist, working across the food supply chain, from farmers and food processors right through to retailers.

Scientific community to look to an antibiotic-free future for the poultry sector at 33rd Poultry Science Symposium

Scientific experts come together at the World’s Poultry Science Association’s (WPSA) 33rd Poultry Science Symposium later this month, to look at the challenges and alternatives to antibiotic use in the poultry sector, and discuss what the industry can do to maintain good gut and overall bird health.

AB Agri opens ninth feed production site in China to meet growing customer demand

AB Agri has opened a new 240,000 tonne capacity feed mill in Tongchuan City, Shaanxi Province, China, to further expand production capacity in the region as it grows its global footprint.