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September 25, 2019

#MeattheFacts: European Livestock Voice sets to balance the debate around livestock production

On 25 September 2019 FEFAC launched the European Livestock Voice campaign in cooperation with like-minded EU associations.» read more
August 24, 2019

Feed Formulators Europe 2019 - 26 September 2019 in Amsterdam

Feed Formulators Europe is the new one day seminar taking place on Thursday 26 September 2019 in Amsterdam. Co-located with Feed Additives Europe 2019, the content has been designed to meet the challenges of feed formulation across a variety of species.» read more
June 20, 2019

Inventory of Research Infrastructures for the cattle sector in Europe

SmartCow launched a survey to establish a database of all existing Research Infrastructures in Europe in the cattle sector, and on this basis an interactive map of these infrastructures.» read more
June 05, 2019

Animal Nutrition as key factor to support animal health

At the OIE World Assembly on 26-31 May 2019, Alexandra de Athayde, IFIF Director, underlined that animal nutrition is an important contributor to promote animal health and welfare. She also reiterated the global feed industry commitment to strong biosecurity measures for operations under its control to ensure feed safety and integrity.» read more
May 21, 2019

The European Commission published EU Feed protein balance sheet 2017/2018

On 20 May 2019, the EC published the updated EU Feed Protein Balance sheet which includes data on roughage for the first time. The EU Feed Protein Balance provides a comprehensive overview of EU feed supply. Looking at the total EU use of feed consumption, about 80% of the feed is from EU origin. Roughage, such as grass and silage maize, is the main source of feed protein, representing 45% of EU total feed use, ahead of oilseed meals (26%) and cereals (24%) (tbc).» read more
May 10, 2019

The ECJ ruling on mutagenesis requires a change in EU GMO legislation

On 23 April 2019, 22 EU food and feed chain organisations jointly signed a letter urging Member States and the EU Commission to ensure EU legislation allows EU operators of the food and feed chain to preserve access to competitive supply of innovative food and feed ingredients. On 9 May 2019, the letter received support from four additional business organisations. In total, 26 organisations are reiterating their concern about the European Court of Justice ruling on case C-528/16.» read more