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WATT's new home for swine
nutrition is Feed Strategy
New publication focused on animal feed solutions for evolving
animal protein production will launch January 2018
BY JACKIE ROEMBKE
Animal protein producers are on the cusp of the biggest
demand boom in human history. The combined effects
of a growing world population and climbing GDPs in
the developing world will dramatically increase demand
for animal protein and the feeds needed to raise them.
Meanwhile, evolving consumer preferences and an
increasing interest in the farmto-fork origins of their food have
trickled down to influence how
animal feed is formulated and
To meet the need for more insight into how animal
feed manufacturers and nutritionists are to navigate
this new landscape, WATT Global Media has made
the decision to streamline its feed coverage, ceasing
publication of Pig International, Feed Management and
Feed International magazines, and launching a new
monthly publication, Feed Strategy.
Feed Strategy will continue to cover the swine nutrition
topics that have appeared in Pig International, including
continued contributions from Dr. Ioannis Mavromichalis.
What you can expect? Highlights include:
The publication will serve a global audience of
more than 20,000 nutritionists, feed manufacturers and
In addition to popular
annual special reports, such
World Feed Panorama, Top
Feed Companies and the Feed & Nutrition Survey, Feed
Strategy will introduce in-depth coverage of macro trends
influencing swine, poultry and dairy market segments.
Every issue will feature feed manufacturing equipment coverage, tying in with the latest innovations and
how they can impact a company's bottom line.
It's an exciting time for the global animal feed
industry with much opportunity on the horizon; Feed
Strategy aims to cover it. ■
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