In the Press

Adding the rumen modifier effect to the matrix (ALL ABOUT FEED – March 2017)

If you feed a supplement that impacts the rumen, what does this mean for animal feed efficiency? And should this effect be…

Developing innovative yeast derivatives ( ALL ABOUT FEED – November 2016)

Yeast products are known to benefit health and production of animals. The quest is now on the find a new generation of…

Designing yeast derivative 2.0 (Milling and Grain – December 2016)

Thanks to innovative yeast screening strategy, a new generation of formulated yeast derivatives could be developed that shows promising results in helping…

Yeast and bacteria for healthier pets (PETS International – September 2016)

Lallemand Animal Nutrition is a global leader in microbial fermentation using yeast and bacteria in animal nutrition.

Heat stress: Yeast and antioxidants can help (www.allaboutfeed.net – July 2016)

As we see the consequences of climate change, heat stress becomes a growing issue for high producing cattle. Rumen specific live yeast…

Specific microbial based solutions for the well-being of dogs and cats (FEED COMPOUNDER – May 2016)

Over the last decades, nutritional care of dogs and cats has become an important issue for pet owners who appear tobe very…

Lallemand Animal Nutrition adds two to North American Team

MILWAUKEE – April 28, 2016 – Lallemand Animal Nutrition announces the addition of two new members to the North American team: Bart…

From yeast to East (or, how Lallemand is gaining ground in Asia) (AGRIBUSINESS – December 2015)

Founded at the end of the 19th century, Canada-based Lallemand Inc. practically grew from yeast. Specialising in the development, production, and marketing…

Live yeast helps manage heat stress in dairy cows (Feed International, June 2014)

Rumen modiiers, such as live yeast, can help alleviate the drawbacks of heat stress on digestive comfort and help preserve dairy performance…

How to preserve silage protein content for profitable dairy production (International Dairy Topics – March 2014)

At a time when feed represents 40-60% of milk production costs, every gram of nutrient counts! Forage protein content is a key…