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Wrapping up November: What’s new in the world of pigs?


Covid-19 does not stop companies to have serious building plans. In Illinois, the world’s largest insect protein plant will be built, for use in swine and poultry rations. Cargill is opening new plants in China. Here is a recap what happened in the swine business in November 2020.


ADM and InnovaFeed plan world’s largest insect protein plant

US grain processor ADM and French biotech company InnovaFeed have unveiled plans to build the world’s largest insect protein plant in Illinois in the US. The plant is set to produce 60,000 tonnes of animal feed protein yearly from the nutritious black soldier fly, along with 20,000 tonnes of oils for swine and poultry rations and 400,000 tonnes of fertiliser. The construction of the facility is planned for next year, pending approvals and permits.


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Source : pigprogress.net


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