19/12/2017 - Press release

FEFANA launches new website with up-dated classification tool for mixtures

FEFANA invites members and visitors to explore its new website. The new website, which has been completely revamped to improve experience and navigation, hosts two up-dated classification tools available to guide feed business operators and authorities.

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30/08/2017 - Press release

FEFANA/EAAP session on Innovation in Animal Nutrition through Specialty Feed Ingredients: latest findings for improving animal health, welfare and productivity

The 68th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) marked the first-time collaboration between EAAP and FEFANA in presenting latest scientific developments, demonstrating the role of specialty feed ingredients in animal nutrition as a critically important part of the solution to address many challenges faced by livestock industries.

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07/07/2017 - Press release

Agri-food chain coalition launches statement on the future EU common agricultural policy (CAP)

The AFCC coalition of 13 leading industry associations across the agri-food chain, including FEFANA, has made a statement on CAP lately.

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Specialty Feed
Ingredients

Much of the nutrition of farm animals is based on maize, wheat and soybean meal. To ensure the animals get all the essential nutrients they need, specialty feed ingredients are often needed. They contribute to efficient, affordable and appropriate animal nutrition supporting animal health and well-being.

EU LIVESTOCK BY THE NUMBERS PER YEAR

89.08 Bovines

Source: Eurostat

147,200,000pigs

Source: Eurostat

99,880,000sheep and goats

Source: Eurostat

FEFANA is the united voice of the specialty feed ingredients business in Europe where the industry generates an annual turnover of 5 billion EUR.

FEFANA membership comprises manufacturers and traders of feed additives, functional feed ingredients, premixes and other mixtures of specialty ingredients.

Centred in the heart of Brussels, FEFANA facilitates the dialogue between EU institutions and feed business operators while promoting feed and food safety and a fair and competitive market.

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