Podcasts & Interviews

  • DSM Supports Drive Towards Resilience and Sustainability in Tough Cost Environment

    Interview

    In the midst of high energy and raw commodity prices, the agrifood industry must find new ways to do more with less. A focus on productivity, sustainability and supply chain resilience go hand-in-hand to navigate these choppy waters, Fidelis Fru and Silvia Sonneveld of DSM Animal Nutrition & Health tell Feedinfo. They outline the wide variety of ways our broad portfolio of innovative solutions serves to support feed and food producers and make food production more sustainable.

  • Data key for animal protein’s Net Zero​ journey

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    Better data will unlock market opportunities and power the sustainability transformation, according to Royal DSM. The Dutch multinational recently launched a platform designed to reduce livestock emissions through feed, which it says helps improve poultry, swine, and ruminant operations. Speaking at FoodNavigator’s recent Climate Smart Food event, Dr David Nickell David Nickell, VP of Sustainability, Animal Nutrition and Health at DSM, said the drive for sustainable animal protein requires accurate footprint measurement.

  • How DSM’s Precision Services are Improving Productivity and Sustainability Across Livestock Agriculture

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    Feedinfo sat down with Ivo Lansbergen, President of Animal Nutrition & Health at DSM to better understand why companies like DSM are investing in the precision technology space, their current solutions offering, the link between precision farming and sustainability operations, how precision services are leading to efficiencies throughout animal protein value chains and what is next for this field.

  • What the World's First Bio-Based Vitamin A Means for Sustainability

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    Achieving global sustainability goals means moving away from fossil fuels. Earlier this year, we announced a breakthrough method to produce Vitamin A via a bio-based fermentation process using locally-available renewable raw materials. “Until now, the only way to meet the growing demand for Vitamin A has been to build new multi-step chemical production facilities requiring more finite resources,” Joerg von-Allmen, vice president of vitamins category management at DSM, recently told TriplePundit.com. “DSM’s new bio-based process will significantly reduce the carbon footprint and waste of Vitamin A manufacturing while still producing the top-quality customers expect.”

  • Do microbiomes help or hurt?

    Podcast

    Jack Geremia (Global Head Microbiome Discovery) sheds light on the latest scientific discoveries of Microbiome and busts the myth surrounding it. He also shares his take on why microbiome lies at the heart of sustainability in the field of animal production.

  • We Need a Faster Food Revolution for People, Planet and Livelihoods

    Interview

    There’s an urgent need to re-create our food systems in order to support healthy people, a healthy planet and healthy livelihoods, Ivo Lansbergen tells TriplePundit.com. The answer is a more farmer-centric system that rewards sustainability, clear and accurate data to support consumers’ smart choices and leveraging current technology to make significant progress on sustainability.

  • Improving Animal Nutrition

    Podcast

    Christie Chavis (VP, Animal Nutrition and Health Performance Solutions) shares her passion for animals, and how DSM uses our expertise to ensure animal health and welfare. You will also learn more about the We Make it Possible Initiative that we have committed to at DSM.

  • The Path to Net Zero Offers Companies New Opportunities

    Interview

    Over a fifth of the world’s largest companies have pledged to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Any such commitment to eliminate a company’s emissions within a generation, however, often creates more questions than answers — chief among them: Where does a company and its team of employees even start?

  • Reducing Methane Emissions from Livestock

    Interview

    Fighting climate change requires a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions at scale. The agricultural sector can play a key role and be a key contributor to this strategy. The good news is that there is now new technology and innovation to help us cut down the methane emissions from cows and cattle and thereby creating a positive impact on our climate.

  • Scaling responsible meat from fork to farm

    Interview

    The World Economic Forum held an event that looked at the Scaling of Responsible Meat from Fork to Farm. It brought together participants from across the animal protein value chain to discuss critical issues of data availability and robustness, consumer trust, and our shared responsibility to work together to remain within the planetary boundaries. Feedstuffs 365 talks with Maria Walsh, Global Marketing Director for Swine at DSM Animal Nutrition and Health, to get her take on the initiative and future of meat production.

  • Feeding Resistance: Farming beyond antibiotics

    Podcast

    Joining Philippa to discuss how we can move beyond antibiotics in farming systems is Dr Nataliya Roth, from DSM, a company focused on solutions for health, nutrition and bioscience who are developing novel animal health products that help reduce the need for antibiotics, and Dr Kristen Reyher a veterinarian and Professor of Veterinary Epidemiology and Population Health at the University of Bristol, who works alongside veterinarians and a variety of livestock stakeholders to help reduce antimicrobial use on farms in the UK.

  • DSM announces new commitments

    Podcast

    Listen to Christie Chavis – Vice President Specialties Business – on our We Make It Possible initiative, Sustell™ - our intelligent sustainability service – and innovative feed additives such as Bovaer®.

  • Dairy Dialog podcast

    Podcast

    The need to provide enough animal protein for a growing population, while reducing the environmental costs of farming will require smart science and innovative solutions. To address this challenge, DSM Animal Nutrition & Health has in place a strategic initiative: We Make It Possible.

  • LGBTQ+ Inclusion in the workplace

    Podcast

    Listen to Corinne Bonadei – Director Marketing Communication, Digital Strategy and Marketing & Sales Excellence – podcast with Women in Food and Agriculture, on how she is compelled to make the food and ag industry a more diverse and inclusive place.

  • Christie Chavis, DSM Animal Nutrition and Health

    Interview

    Animal production has to ramp up its output tremendously in the years to come to be able to meet the demands of an ever-increasing world population. Poultry World talked with Christie Chavis Vice President at DSM Animal Nutrition and Health about this issue and embracing sustainability.

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