World feed production breaks billion tonne barrier for first time

Figures revealed in Alltech’s latest annual feed survey show global production reaching 1.032 billion tonnes in 2016, a rise of 3.7% on the previous year.

The rise came despite a 7% decrease in the number of feed mills as the industry consolidated, most

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