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Open Letter on the Value of Animal Agriculture

The coronavirus crisis has brought into focus the incredible public health challenge our world faces, and nowhere is this challenge more apparent than in food production. Nourishing the world during this crisis is a top priority across nations. Read more…

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Agro-processing in all its formats included as essential services to ensure food security in South Africa

In addition to the President’s speech of last night (23 March 2020), announcing drastic measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, agro-processing in all its formats, is to remain essential services to ensure food security to the nation. Although an itemised list of industries is still awaited, it can be accepted that Animal Feed Manufacturing and all its supply value chains, forms part of this list of industries. This was announced this afternoon by the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD), Thoko Didiza, during a meeting with Agricultural leaders in Pretoria. Read more…

Africa’s first research and training feed mill to be launched at Africa’s largest feed and animal nutrition conference - Perspecive 2

Africa’s first research and training feed mill to be launched at Africa’s largest feed and animal nutrition conference

MEDIA RELEASE 17 February 2020 Africa’s first research and training feed mill to be launched at Africa’s largest feed and animal nutrition conference The AFMA Forum 2020, Africa’s largest feed and animal nutrition conference, was strategically chosen as the right time and perfect platform to officially launch Africa’s first research and training feed mill to be located at the University of Pretoria’s (UP’s) Miertjie le Roux Experimental Farm near Bronkhorstspruit. The AFMA Forum 2020, themed

AFMA participates in 13th International Feed Regulators Meeting

Animal Feed Manufacturers Association (AFMA) of South Africa participates in 13th International Feed Regulators Meeting (IFRM)

The 13th International Feed Regulators Meeting (IFRM) was held on 27-28 January in Atlanta, USA. Mr De Wet Boshoff and Mrs Liesl Breytenbach of AFMA joined 140 feed industry representatives and government officials from more than 30 countries around the world to participate in discussions on critical issues facing the feed sector with the International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF) and the Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Read more…

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