11 04, 2018

Projectpresentatie EFRO-regeling: Grootschalige en functionele valorisatie van visreststromen naar waardevolle grondstoffen

Het project resulteert in nieuwe kennis en applicaties voor visreststromen en aquacultuurreststromen. Het project wordt mogelijk gemaakt door de samenwerking van de verschillende projectpartners: Living Foods B.V., Zuidema Projectmanagement, Fennema Food Development, Veltman Vis Service B.V., Feed Innovation Services B.V., Visafslag Lauwersoog B.V. en Global Energy Now! B.V. Voor meer informatie, zie deze link.

6 03, 2018

Workshop on poultry nutrition and health, and feed processing – a collaboration of Feed Innovation Services and Bioproton

The end of 2017 saw Feed Innovation Services (FIS) having a joint collaboration with Bioproton in one of the most successful workshops of the year. The workshop was attended by visitors from Egypt – feed producers, commercial farmers, abattoir owners and independent animal nutrition advisors. The workshop addressed the latest developments in poultry nutrition and

1 10, 2015

Towards development and partnership in Africa

In October 2015 Feed Innovation Services visited Africa to investigate the technical, economical, and environmental and health (animal and human) benefits of applying the Dutch feed formulation software and nutrition database to the currently used systems by Zimbabwe local feed producers. The expected benefits through the adoption of an animal feed formulation package and

1 04, 2015

Second visit of Chinese feed producers and managers of large pig farms

In April 2015 Feed Innovation Services organized a training and excursion program of several days for a major Chinese premix and feed producer from South China and managers of large pig farms. This is the second time that a large delegation of key employees of this producer and their business relations were trained in the

1 01, 2015

Campylobacter reduction project

Together with two business relations Feed Innovation Services started with a project to reduce the Campylobacter colonization in the poultry intestine. The project will focus on the development of feed additives, a new Campylobacter vaccine and a highly sensitive rapid detection method to be used in practice by farmers or veterinarians. For more information please