How can Feedinfo help you?
Trade more intelligently
Choose where and when to trade across the global market, through unbiased and independent price reporting on feed-grade vitamins, amino acids and phosphates.
Give yourself the edge
React quickly to the ever-changing conditions throughout the animal fed and nutrition industry, as they happen, with the fastest news coverage on the key developments that matter.
Plan more effectively
Add credibility in product development and commercial planning, using 10,000+ peer-reviewed papers on animal nutrition and health trends, patents, genetics, bio-security and more.
Free report: What will 2020 hold in store for the animal nutrition industry?
Read the opinions of those at the forefront of animal nutrition and health in this series of interviews conducted with feed additive senior executives, addressing some of the major trends and challenges faced by the animal nutrition sector today. It also sheds light on various risks and opportunities companies may have to deal with in 2020.
Feed additives benchmarked by Feedinfo
- DL-Methionine 99%
- L-Lysine HCL 98%
- L-Lysine HCL 98% (Chinese Origin)
- Threonine 99%
- Tryptophan 98%
- Vitamin A 1000
- Vitamin B2 80%
- Vitamin D3 500
- Vitamin E 50%
- Biotin 2%
- Feed Phosphates
- Copper Sulphate
Who uses Feedinfo?
A full spectrum of users, from the world’s leading players, to SMEs in feed additives, compound, premix and animal health – including suppliers and customers from the industry.
Helping individual users and teams across senior management, procurement, marketing and sales, research and product development and more with their business decision making, Feedinfo helps power the industry across all levels.
Below are just some of the companies benefiting from Feedinfo, today.
“Feedinfo is really one of the only useful and trustworthy sources of data for a lot of these products. Our using Feedinfo information has transformed how we think about these things.”
Elanco Animal Health
European Commission (EC)
European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Phibro Animal Health
UN’s Food & Agricultural Organization (FAO)
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)