Recent Press Releases

Milk fever a needless scourge for many

16th October 2013

As many as half of second and subsequent lactation cows suffer from sub-clinical Milk Fever in the first 24 hours post-calving, yet because this manifests itself in only 5% of clinical cases it remains one of the dairy sector’s most neglected problems.

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Devenish Nutrition are pleased to announce the appointment of John Gilliland as Director of Agriculture

19th September 2013

John is a former President of the Ulster Farmers’ Union and has a unique breadth of experience in the world of farming, food, the environment and energy.

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Devenish Nutrition Increase Presence In GB Market With The Acquisition Of Hi Peak Feeds Ltd

18th April 2013

Devenish Nutrition, the agri-technology company headquartered in Belfast, has taken another significant stride into the GB market with the acquisition of Hi Peak Feeds Ltd, the leading multi-species specialist organic feed manufacturer based near Sheffield.

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Devenish Nutrition Announced As Sponsors for the European Angus Cattle Class at Balmoral Show 2013

11th April 2013

Devenish Nutrition have been announced as the sponsors of the European Angus Cattle Class at this years Balmoral Show.

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Devenish Appoint Rob Serwata as Poultry and Aqua Nutritionist

24th September 2012

Devenish Nutrition is delighted to announce the appointment of Rob Serwata as poultry and aqua nutritionist.

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Pig and Poultry Fair 2012

30th August 2012

Devenish Nutrition attended the 2012 edition of the Pig and Poultry Fair at Stoneleigh Park on the 15-16th May. It gave us the opportunity to speak to long established customers, whilst also meeting producers we are not currently servicing.

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Time to Re-Focus on Nutritional Strategies for Sows?

29th August 2012

In terms of number of piglets born alive per sow and numbers weaned per sow. This particular dataset indicates that there has been an increase of up to 0.8 and 0.6 pigs respectively between 2007 and 2011.

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DDG's in Pigs

29th August 2012

With the increase in global ethanol production, and an increased availability in ethanol process by-products, what impact can these by-products have on reducing pig feed cost?

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The wrong mix of raw materials in a formulation can cost you £18/tonne

29th August 2012

Formulation of diets should be easy. Any formulation package contains a matrix of information on the nutrient concentration and costs of a range of available feed ingredients. This information is used to calculate the amount of each ingredient that is required to satisfy the nutrient level constraints at the lowest cost.

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Little Pig, Little Pig

29th August 2012

As long as there are pig farms there will always be small/vulnerable piglets. We can research into the facts of how and why these occur, but in actual fact it is quite clear that as performance and production of our sows increase, so will the number of smaller piglets born.

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