Russia-Ukraine crisis, Adverse weather, supply chain disruption has triggered a global shortage of animal feed inputs, such as wheat, maize, soybean meal & etc pushing up raw materials prices to an unprecedented level. Feed producers are looking for alternative ingredients to manage production cost and animal performance.  What are the strategies to deal with volatility and increased feed cost? Which are the feasible substitutes available?

The recent developments have resulted in massive erosion of profitability and its consequences on vertical integrated supply chain. How to survive and get back to profitability? Find out some of the lessons learned and individual strategies from the US, Europe and Asia!

Demand for meat and seafood in Asia is set to grow by 78 per cent by 2050, and global food security is becoming "an increasingly pressing issue" with the world's population set to hit 9.8 billion the same year. To meet the challenges of food and nutritional needs in a sustainable manner, new and innovative measures are required.

Increasing concerns towards disease outbreaks in livestock suffering from swine flu, bird flu, infections and avian influenza will continue to drive demand for animal feed additives. Increasing concern for meat & meat products safety and quality also prompt growing demand for specialty additives adding to global demand.

Attend CMT"s 4th Global Feed Summit in Bangkok on 25-26 August 2022 to gain insights into the latest developments and concerns in the feed value chain. Register with your team today at  or email  to enjoy group discount!