Eastman Animal Nutrition news

Feedinfo’s video interview with Drs. Elke von Heimendahl and Sabien Vermaut as they discuss the use of organic acids in monogastric nutrition.

In this Feedinfo perspectives video on organic acids in monogastric livestock nutrition, which was developed in partnership with Eastman Animal Nutrition, we gain insight into how organic acids can impact swine and poultry and learn about advances in research in this area. Organic acids have been found to offer a number of solutions to challenges faced by livestock producers, so we discuss how organic acids compare to other gut health products, the role organic acids can play in feed preservation and hygiene and if they can support our sector’s drive to become more sustainable.

For those involved in monogastric animal nutrition who are interested in learning more about this multifunctional product group, this video will provide a technical overview into what impact organic acids can have and some of the issues they have been proven to address.

Click here to check the video interview!



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News | April 29, 2021
Eastman Acquires 3F Feed & Food
Eastman Chemical Company announced that it has acquired 3F Feed & Food, a European leader specializing in the technical and commercial development of additives for animal feed and human food. Located in Spain, 3F's business and assets are expected to strengthen and support continued global growth of Eastman's animal nutrition business and will become part of its Additives & Functional Products segment.

News | February 11, 2021
Eastman presents at EuroTier 2021 technical forum
As with many trade fairs today, EuroTier went digital due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. However, Eastman still made its presence felt by taking part in the technical forum on February 10, 2021.



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