March 10, 2014

10/03/14: Cargill India’s cattle feedmill to start in 2015, Hemp may help reduce piglet mortality and diarrhoea

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"With a muddy snout. It's all that rootling" - Photo credit: Wikipedia
Cargill India’s cattle feedmill to start in 2015
Within the next year Cargill India is working towards building a new cattle feed mill in Punjab - investing $11.3 million into the project. The feed mill itself will produce 120,000 tonnes of cattle feed annually - utilising approximately 8.5 acres of land to do so. Cargill is hoping that with this project it will be able to improve India's entire production, safety and safe guard procedures - training twenty-thousand Indian farmers in dairy farming.

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Hemp may help reduce piglet mortality and diarrhoea

Hemp may provide an interesting alternative to bioactive ingredients in animal feed produced for piglets. Multiple scientists and industrial groups are investing €8.9 million Euros into achieving this goal. Hemp provides a healthy amount of protein, fibre and fatty acids - providing a large amount of nutritional value which could vastly improve the health of piglets.

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