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Moosa Genetics presents biotech-enabled innovation in revolutionising cattle and beef breeding in Indonesia. (Image source: East Ventures)

Indonesia-based animal genomics and biotechnology startup, Moosa Genetics has announced that it had raised funding led by Southeast Asia-focused sector-agnostic venture capital firm, East Ventures

The largest-ever globally coordinated funding investment in livestock methane mitigation research announced at the COP28 forum. (Image source: GMH)

The Global Methane Hub (GMH) at the COP28 forum, announced a million dollar funding initiative between public, private and philanthropic partners including the Bezos Earth Fund, Quadrature Climate Fund and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, among others to help alleviate methane emissions from livestock

Present at the meeting were IFIF delegates representing more than 80% of global compound feed production. (Image source: IFIF)

During their 22nd annual meeting, the International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) decided to further strengthen their collaboration on critical issues to ensure safe, nutritious and sustainable feed and food

Data and analyses have demonstrated Bovaer’s successful implementation, irrespective of the ration type and distribution method used on the farms. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

The Bel group in collaboration with APBO (Bel’s Milk Producers Association in the West of France) have presented the results of a pilot study conducted with dsm-firmenich and Institut de l’Elevage (Idele) on five dairy farms in western France from January to March 2023

When introduced into cattle feed, the tannins effectively regulate and modify rumen fermentation. (Image source: JBS)

Results of a groundbreaking study unveiled by JBS and Silvateam, global leaders in plant extract production for animal feed, have demonstrated the effectiveness of tannin in curbing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions within the beef industry

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