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AFIA asks FDA to include feeds in rule on claims, standards

Feb 24, 2004 — The American Feed Industry Association wants feeds included in a new FDA rule describing what kind of qualified claims may be made about the healthful qualities of foods and dietary supplements

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EU livestock sector in danger

Feb 24, 2004 — FEFAC calls for urgent action to lower production costs

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China certifies GM soy imports

Feb 23, 2004 — China has issued a final safety certificate for the importation of soybeans and soybean products derived from biotech-enhanced Roundup Ready® Soybean seedstock

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Australian aquaculture production up in 2002-03

Feb 19, 2004 — The gross value of Australian fisheries production fell in 2002-03 while the value of aquaculture rose by 1.5 per cent

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U.S. to proceed with shrimp dumping investigation

Feb 18, 2004 — The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has voted to proceed with claim against shrimp dumping from Brazil, China, Ecuador, India, Thailand, and Vietnam

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Advanced BioNutrition Receives MIPS Grant For Probiotic Study in Salmon

Feb 17, 2004 — Maryland Industrial Partnerships has awarded ABN $184,000 to support a study on the use of probiotics to replace antibiotics for disease prevention in salmon

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E.U. Commissioner's statement on Science study

Feb 11, 2004 — No new food safety issues in study

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AFIA disappointed in BSE measures

Feb 11, 2004 — International Review Panel’s BSE Report: actions ignore U.S. protection system; draws inappropriate conclusions, says U.S. feed association

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Moore Wisdom Needed

Feb 10, 2004 — Far more people can be fed with fish per unit of feed than from meat, says Greenpeace's co-founder, Patrick Moore

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Danish fishmeal outlook gloomy

Feb 7, 2004 — New herring by-catch limits add to a difficult season for fishmeal supplier TripleNine

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Environmental group seek to halt beluga caviar trade

Feb 3, 2004 — Environmental group is asking for beluga sturgeon to be listed as endangered and recommends U.S. famed alternatives

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Alltech Symposium Challenges the Feed Industry to Re- imagine

Feb 3, 2004 — Alltech’s 2004 International Feed Industry Symposium will challenge the feed industry to use its imagination in order to move toward a more productive, profitable and sustainable future.

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TECHNOLOGY REPORT: Vacuum infusion or vacuum confusion?

Jan 28, 2004 — A general guide to understanding and trouble shooting problems associated with vacuum infusion of oils into extruded salmon feeds

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GAA opposes antidumping action at ITC hearing

Jan 28, 2004 — GAA President George Chamberlain and representatives of the U.S. seafood industry opposed antidumping trade action against imported shrimp during International Trade Commission hearing

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ARS Scientists Honored for Tech Transfer Efforts

Jan 28, 2004 — Scientists who developed a faster-growing catfish won the USDA Agricultural Research Service's top technology transfer award for 2003.

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Environmental groups sue farmers, retailers over PCBs

Jan 23, 2004 — Two environmental groups have begun legal actions against 50 salmon farms, grocery chains and fish processors worldwide under California's anti- toxics law, claiming that the businesses are failing to warn consumers of dangerous PCBs in farmed salmon

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By-product - turning trash into treasure

Jan 21, 2004 — The Australian Ministry of Fisheries, Forestry and Conservation is to conduct a one-year study to examine ways of making better sustainable use of fisheries by-products

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Double-digit growth predicted for Chilean salmon sector

Jan 21, 2004 — Chilean salmon industry to increase between 10% and 15% in 2004.

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Need fishmeal? Buy it now

Jan 15, 2004 — Prices are high and availability low and worsening, says trader

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AFIA board of directors approves BSE proposal

Jan 14, 2004 — AFIA's Board of Directors have approved a far-reaching proposal involving several recommended changes to the Food and Drug Administration's BSE feed rule.

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