News from Agro Korn
Sustainable Swine Production
Published 31. May 2017
Antibiotic alternative may start from alternative proteins in modern pig diets
Authors; Heidi Hall and Mai Anh Ton Nu
Author affiliations; Agrokorn AS part of AB Agri Ltd
Published 25. October 2016
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Utilising high quality soy protein for piglets
Published 1. August 2016
Young animals like piglets need special care in feeding especially considering the dietary changes they need to endure. One ingredient which has the potential to offer a smooth transition in feeding is soybean meal. Here, an outlook...
Stop heat formation in full feed with Agro-Acid TMR!
Published 20. June 2016
Agro Korn a/s based in Denmark, now offers a new super acid for fighting heat formation
Agro-Acid TMR is the latest newcomer in our acid product range
Agro-Acid TMR is very suitable for top watering – especially corn silage where it...
Press Release Agro Korn A/S
Published 2. February 2016
Leading British animal nutrition and agricultural services group AB Agri is growing its capabilities in the fast-developing field of alternative proteins with the acquisition of Agro Korn.
Article from International Pig Topics - September 2015
Published 4. September 2015
Proven alternative for high quality protein concentrates offers piglets a good start
With a global human population quickly rising above eight billion people scarce high value proteins from dairy, potato and fish – traditionally used...
Article from All About Feed september 2015
Published 26. August 2015
Dairy, potato protein and fishmeal are expensive and the quest is on to find suitable and cheaper alternatives for these commonly used proteins. A Danish company processes soy in such a way that young animals show similar performance...
SPACE 2015 - France - September 2015
Published 15. July 2015
Agro Korn are attending SPACE in Rennes, France. You can join us in Hall 9 – Alley D – Stand D89.
We are extremely proud to present a product, that already is setting new standards in animal feeding: AlphaSoy®Premium.
Agro Korn invest in new packaging plant and improve the quality
Published 26. May 2015
It is very important to us constantly to improve our quality. Therefore we have invested in a new packaging plant to ensure you get the best quality delivered when you order.
It means our quality is improved further on goods delivered...
Fermented soy products gaining popularity in poultry diets
Published 6. May 2015
Fermented soybean meal (FSBM) is a product obtained by fermentation of conventional soybean meal (SBM) in the presence of fungal and bacterial strains (Aspergillus oryzae and Lactobacillus subtilis, respectively). Several studies (Zhi...
Article from AllAboutFeed - May 2015
Published 5. May 2015
Danish company AgroKorn has launched a soya based product that replaces fishmeal. Tests reveal positive results in piglets.
The production of AlphaSoy Premium is based on a new Danish method, IGM-BioProcessing, developed by...
New distributor in Spain
Published 30. January 2015
We are pleased to announce that Agro Korn has appointed Andersen S.A. as new distributor of our products in Spain. They will market and sell our high quality products AlphaSoy Premium and AlphaSoy 530.
Andersen S.A. is present on the...
Thank you all for visiting us at NutriFair 2015
Published 24. January 2015
We had a good exhibition with great interest for our products.
Especially the AlphaSoy range and our high quality milk replacer; DanMilk, got a lot of positive response.
See you again next year.
Meet us at NutriFair 2015
Published 3. December 2014
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Thank you all for visiting our stand at EuroTier
Published 15. November 2014
We had a very good exhibition with many new exiting contacts.
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