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January 15, 2021

New Report: Animal Nutrition Industry Senior Executive Outlooks for 2021

With 2021 being a decisive year for animal agriculture, the question now is, how can the animal nutrition sector contribute more?

Senior executives of 14 leading animal nutrition companies recently shared their views and verdicts with Feedinfo, shedding some light on the evolving nature of the industry, especially within the context of the current global pandemic.
The “Animal Nutrition Industry Senior Executive Outlooks for 2021” report is a collection of these industry views addressing some of the major trends and challenges faced by the animal nutrition sector today. The report also sheds light on various risks and opportunities companies may have to deal with in 2021, especially in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic that shook markets in 2020.
“Animal Nutrition Industry Senior Executive Outlooks for 2021” is a compilation of Feedinfo INSIGHT articles which were published between 9 and 18 December 2020 on These were based on a series of interviews conducted with 14 animal nutrition industry company senior executives in November 2020.
The report provides a focus on M&A; digital agility and technology; innovation and sustainability; the climate crisis; offsetting market volatility; connectivity; African swine fever; and attracting the younger generation to the animal nutrition sector.

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