Feeding the Future

In a world with limited natural resources and a growing population, we want to use our scale and the power of innovation to lead the change towards more circular and renewable food production methods, with care and consideration for the people and nature that make them possible.

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About Trouw Nutrition

We have a 90-year history of dedication to innovation and deep experience in developing smarter and more sustainable ways of raising healthy farm animals and companion animals. Our broad portfolio of feed specialties, feed additives, premixes and nutritional models and services, along with our ever-increasing expertise in feed, farm and health make us a one-stop-shop with limitless opportunities to create tailored, integrated solutions suited to each customer’s local situation. And we are everywhere our customers need us, with a presence in 105 countries. We believe the power of nutrition and good farm management can transform our industry – and even our planet. So, we are challenging how the feed-to-food chain works today, to create a brighter future, from planet to plate.

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Agrivision 2021 - Future matters

After more than a year of unpredictable shifts and developments, we – the representatives of one of the biggest and most influential industries – need to unite, think together and take action to address the challenges facing our food system. This year’s AgriVision theme is Future Matters, because the decisions we make now will impact our world for generations to come, and agriculture will play a key role in the future health of people and our planet.

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Family Feeding Matters: A Collaborative Project Inspired by Natural Sow-Piglet Behaviours to Ease Weaning Transition

Suckling is an innate process, but piglets generally learn what and where to eat and drink from the sow and their littermates. Such mimicking processes do not constantly occur in conventional pig production. Then, how to facilitate the piglet's feeding and drinking behaviour, thereby easing the transition from sow's milk to solid feed? That is is what the Family Feeding Matters project launched three years ago through collaborative efforts of Vereijken-Hooijer, the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture Nature & Food Quality (LNV), and Trouw Nutrition seek to uncover with Wageningen University & Research (WUR) as executive partner. WUR published today the first findings.
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Agriculture’s best and brightest on the bill for AgriVision 2021

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The one-day virtual event on October 7 will see speakers critically discuss the role sustainability plays in feeding the future and challenging the status-quo
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Trouw Nutrition and Wageningen University & Research strengthen collaboration on sustainability of livestock production

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Trouw Nutrition, Nutreco’s animal nutrition division, and Wageningen University & Research (WUR) have expressed in a Letter of Intent their intention to strengthen collaboration to accelerate scientific progress in the domain of animal and food sciences. The cooperation aims to enhance sustainability of livestock production by developing knowledge and accelerating innovations in animal nutrition to improve animal health and welfare.
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