Global feed production is at an all-time high. In the 2019 Global Feed Survey, Alltech estimates a 3% growth to 1.068 billion metric tons of feed produced.
U.S. beef and pork regained access to South Africa in 2016. South Africa ranks as the second-largest destination for U.S. beef livers. Pork exports have been slower.
Wheat-crop forecast was cut again as dryness hurts yields.
New technology has exploded onto the agricultural scene, and it’s never been more affordable for small farms. Technology could be a weapon to fight poverty while improving nutrition.
In Africa’s growing cities, demand for more diverse and nutritious food is expected to triple within the next 20 years. Yet in Africa’s rural areas, farmers can barely produce enough
Both rural farmers and urban residents suffer from malnutrition, however with 66 percent of the world’s population projected to be urban by 2050.
The message from Bread for the World was simple: the U.S. needs to continue to support hungry people around the world. Rev. David Beckmann, president of the organization, called for