Designed to give you the views, insights and discussion from the industry’s leading voices and visionaries, Feedinfo Presents is a collection of videos and live webcasts. providing perspectives on hot topics, industry-wide issues and insights into the future of the animal nutrition and feed sector.
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Webcast: How to remain competitive in the face of current and future supply and formulation challenges
Took place on Thursday 18th May
This webinar which has been designed in partnership with Adifo, examined how to adapt feed supply and production strategies to tackle disruptors like COVID-19 and future unforeseen challenges.
Providing you with the insight into different issues that can impact supply and formulation, you’ll be able to better understand these challenges and some of the potential solutions which could support your business.
Watch on demand for insight on the following:
- How to ensure consistent quality of feed ingredients
- Overcoming challenges related to volatility in feed raw materials markets
- What feed producers can do to stand out in a crowded market
Lynn Verstrepen – Product Manager BESTMIX® Feed, Petfood & Aqua
Bartek Cach – Consultant MILAS
Webcast: Global Protein Outlook
Took place on Wednesday 13 May, 10:00 CT/16:00 CET
This webcast brought together experts from across the world to analyse how different animal protein markets are impacted by consumer views, supply chain issues and labour challenges, in particular throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch on demand for lively discussion and insight on the following:
- The most unexpected impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on different global protein markets
- An update on the supply chain disruptions we are seeing in the US, Europe and Asia
- Current consumer preferences and how these might change after countries start to ease isolation measures
- What we can expect in the coming weeks and months for different protein markets
Director, Editorial @ Urner Barry
Industry Manager @ Euromonitor International
Head of Agribusiness & Animal Protein @ United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB)
Webcast: Life After COVID-19
Took place on 22 April 2020
This webcast brought together three thought leaders from the Feedinfo Leaders Network, who provided their insight and perspective on what we can learn from the experience of COVID-19, and how to apply this knowledge to improve our businesses and the entire sector going forwards.
Watch the recording for lively discussion and insight on the following:
- How the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the animal nutrition and feed industry
- Whether leaders will make changes to ensure more robust supply chains
- What businesses will do differently after the pandemic
- What these key leaders have learnt from this challenging period
Directeur Général, Phileo by Lesaffre
President, Global Products & Strategic Alliances, DSM
President & CEO, Novus International
“Big thank you for such a positive and uplifting talk!”
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Perspectives Live Video: Developing Animal Origin Feed Products for 20 years- Bioiberica Animal Nutrition talk about Advancements in this Field
Perspectives Live: Bringing you conversations and interviews with leading businesses from the animal nutrition and feed sector via video. A new way to absorb industry insight.
In our first Perspectives Live video we talk to Bioiberica, whose animal nutrition division is celebrating a 20 year anniversary. We discuss everything about animal origin feed products including advances in research, global markets and addressing biosecurity concerns.
Featuring Bioiberica’s Xavier Córdoba, Animal Nutrition Business Unit Director and Oriol Roigé, Product Manager, this video is a must-watch for anyone interested in gaining insight into animal origin products including hydrolysed proteins and nucleotide products.
Watch the video now below.
Video: COVID-19’s Impact on Feed Supply Chains
In our video interview on COVID-19’s Impact On Feed Supply Chains, supported by Huvepharma, we speak to Stefan Vogel who is Rabobank’s Head of Agri Commodities Markets Research.
He tells us what has been happening to markets and supply chains over the course of the pandemic and what this means for feed formulators.
For anyone interested in better understanding the current landscape of feed supply chains and what to expect for the future, this video is a must-watch to gain insight into how these markets have faced disruption and how this could impact formulation.
This video is supported by Huvepharma. For more information on Huvepharma visit www.huveph
Watch the video now, below.
Video: Feedinfo’s COVID-19 roundup
In Feedinfo’s COVID-19 Roundup we bring together all the news and market updates in one helpful video for the animal nutrition and feed industry.
Tune in for insight from the Feedinfo editorial team and a report by the market analysts to ensure you have the full picture of how our sector is being impacted by the pandemic’s ongoing developments.
Topics addressed include the industry’s reaction to the pandemic, what we are seeing in specific markets including China, Malaysia, Russia and the EU, changing dynamics in amino acids and vitamins markets and how the industry is getting to grips with COVID-19.
Watch the video now, below.
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