International pet food sales giant ADM Animal Nutrition™, a division of Archer Daniels Midland Company, has released the news that they have appointment Dr. Bill Schoenherr to the position of director of their Pet Food Business.
A new report has found that fats are the major source of energy for dogs, with the energy they supply a more concentrated source (2.5 times) than either protein or carbohydrates. But other than being an impressive source of energy, in which other ways do fats and omega 3 have a positive effect on our dogs?
Recent reports have suggested that Inspired Pet Nutrition (IPN), the producers of the dry pet foods formerly known as Wagg Foods, is investing a further £1.5m at their UK based facilities.
Most pet foods currently available contain a combination of protein, carbohydrate sources, vitamins, minerals, fats, and preservatives, with each ingredient playing an important role in providing enrichment to the body; and every combination of ingredients is regulated to ensure that our pets are being fed safe and nutritious products.
High-quality petfood is healthy and flavoursome and should be attractive to more than just the human eye. This standard of production can only be achieved through high-performance technology: Bühler’s extrusion processes are exceedingly efficient, economical and gentle to the product.
Novel proteins can fight the pet obesity epidemic, suggests Mark J. Mendal, founder of Pet Proteins. Novel proteins, such as venison, often have lower calorie and fat contents than conventional protein sources, such as beef.