NIAA WEEKLY BULLETIN
July 29, 2021
More news in ANIMAL AGRICULTURE
Decline in U.S. dairy product shipments unlikely to be offset by growth in substitute products – U.S. shipments of dairy and substitute products are forecast to see marginal annual declines in nominal terms through 2025.
Auburn University developing management practices for problem algae in aquaculture – A researcher at Auburn University is focused on developing programs to help the aquaculture industry better manage problematic algae growth in ponds and other water sources.
Rabobank Poultry 3Q21: improving local industry performance, shifting trade flows – The outlook for the global poultry industry continues to improve, driven mainly by the reopening of economies as vaccination levels accelerate in developed countries and increase in emerging markets.
U.S. vows to improve protections for wild horse adoptions – U.S. officials who are trying to adopt out wild horses captured on public land say they are tightening protections to guard against the illegal resale of the animals for slaughter.
Vermont dairy industry shifts focus to goats – Faced with ongoing challenges over milk prices, local farms have been making changes, including using grants to try out new animals like goats.
Iowa State researchers using hair to gauge pig stress – Researchers aim to use hair samples to identify genetics that allow pigs to respond favorably to a wide range of stressful situations.
Alternative protein must move beyond plant-based and taste to reach full market potential – While the alternative protein category is not saturated, investors predict the companies that remain in the game will be those that improve nutrition, accessibility, and sustainability.
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