By 2050 it is expected that there will be 10 billion people living on this little planet of ours and it is up to the agricultural sector to meet the challenge of feeding them. But at what cost? Ivo Lansbergen, Executive VP, at dsm-firmenich, opened the World Nutrition Forum in Cancun on May 9th with the message “Good for me, good for the planet”.
In today’s feed formulation, we have to acknowledge more variables than just production and economics. This requires better use of available data, the function of the microbiome and setting the right sustainability benchmarks.
Madrid, Spain was the centre of the pig producing world during a brand-new 3-day event from 15 to 17 February, set up by animal nutrition company DSM. On the topic of sustainable swine production, the event brought together experts and stakeholders from around the globe to share their views and thoughts.