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Disease causes shift in protein market

This article originally appeared on www.poultryworld.net. Click here to read the original article. Normally...

AFMA Forum 2020 date announced

Animal Feed Manufacturer Association (AFMA) announced the date for the 2020 AFMA Forum during a breakfast launch on 25 April that was hosted at the Centurion Country...

Media day sheds light on feed industry

The Animal Feed Manufacturers Association (AFMA) hosted its first media day on 15 February. The AFMA team and media from various agricultural publications toured...

Local topics abound at AFMA Symposium

On 30 October 2018 the Animal Feed Manufacturers’ Association of South Africa (AFMA) hosted their annual symposium, with the theme ‘Local is Lekker’, at...

AFMA visits Zambian feed manufacturers

An AFMA-delegation visited Zambian feed manufacturers in Lusaka from 24 September to 26 September 2018 as part of the Southern African Feed Manufacturers’ Association...

AFMA reaches out to industry students

More than 70 animal science students and industry professionals gathered at the 11th South African Society for Animal Science (SASAS), northern branch student industry...

AFMA executive director presents at World Nutrition Forum

AFMA executive director De Wet Boshoff presented a paper on the Development of the African feed industry at the BIOMIN World Nutrition Forum 2018...

AFMA elects new office bearers at 71st AGM

The Animal Feed Manufacturers Association’s (AFMA) 71st annual general meeting (AGM) was hosted on 7 September in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape.  Almost 100 leaders...

Reality of the Draft Feeds and Pet Food Bill

Presenting at the Feedlot Nutrition Workshop on 2 August 2018, De Wet Boshoff, executive director of AFMA provided role-players in the feedlot industry a...

Environmental footprint of the egg industry revealed

Spanish scientists have unveiled the environmental cost of egg production on a typical farm in the country, where 93% of laying hens are still...