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Indian feed player Godrej Agrovet going down IPO route

By Jane Byrne

Indian feed producer, Godrej Agrovet, has set a price range of 450-460 rupees a share for its initial public offering (IPO) to raise up to 11.6 billion rupees (US$177.6m), according to a public notice published today.

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De Heus opens feed facility in Myanmar

By Jane Byrne

Dutch feed giant, De Heus, has invested €10m in a new feed plant in Myanmar, in a move it says will bolster its position in Asia.

Daisy is the result of three years' research and is the first of her kind in the world

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World’s first GE cow is a ‘milestone study’

Last week, FoodNavigator-Asia published an opinion piece by the anti-GE pressure group, GE-free NZ, that criticised AgResearch, the New Zealand research institute. In the article, the author made reference to the institute’s work in breeding a cow that...

Stop GE creeping into NZ!

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Stop GE creeping into NZ!

By Claire Bleakley, president of GE-free NZ in Food and Environment

In the first of a new series of hard-hitting opinion pieces, Claire Bleakley, president of GE-free NZ in Food and Environment, gives her take on how GE crops—and now livestock—have been quietly moving into New Zealand, a country that has traditionally...


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