Smaller milkfat globules make for softer butter

A team of food scientists has found that decreasing the fat globule size in milk can change the consistency of cold butter, making it...

US Farmers face losses due to flooding

Heavy rainfall from Hurricane Harvey has left Houston and other parts of Texas and Louisiana underwater this week (28 August 2017), with areas in...

Spain fears rise of Egyptian citrus exports

Egypt’s expanding citrus acreage is destabilising the European market and threatening Spain’s dominance as a supplier, according to the Citrus Management Committee (CGC), the...

Agri-Expo ontvang jong internasionale landbouleiers

Agri-Expo speel vir die volgende twee weke gasheer vir ’n groep van 13 jong internasionale landbouleiers van regoor die Statebond wat Suid-Afrika vir ’n...

Agri-Expo hosts RASC Next Generation Mission

Over the next two weeks Agri-Expo will host a group of 13 young international agricultural leaders from across the Commonwealth in South Africa for...

Russia culls one million broilers due to AI

One of the largest poultry producers in the far east part of Russia, Amur Broiler, has culled one million heads of broilers since mid-August,...

SA feed industry explored in Belgian article

In a recent international publication, De Molenaar (The Miller) from Belgium, Jef Verhaeren writes about the South African animal feed industry titled ‘Weinig varkens,...

The cost of producing poultry meat across the globe

Earlier this year global animal health company Ceva held a vaccinology summit in Athens, Greece. Broiler production around the globe is becoming more efficient...

McDonald’s sets out vision to reduce antibiotics

Fast food super-giant McDonald’s has updated its vision on reducing the usage of routine antibiotics in its supply chain on an international level. The new...

World Cheese Awards 2017 opens for entry

The World Cheese Awards is now open for entry, with producers from across the globe invited to submit their cheese to be judged during...
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