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BASF teams up with Adifo Software on sustainability analytics for feed formulation

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December 15, 2020
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The partnership will combine sustainability analytics from BASF's AgBalance Livestock project with Adifo's BESTMIX feed formulation software to create a new digital tool for measuring the sustainability of animal feed. The tool is anticipated to be launched in 2021 and target nutritionists and feed formulators. Being the largest single cost for livestock production, feed and formulation is a serious matter for the industry to maintain optimal nutritional content at low costs. That said, BASF and Adifo's solution answers key industry needs while promoting awareness and adoption of sustainable feed ingredients. Clients, the livestock industry is evolving to support sustainable production; view feed formulation as the best initial opportunity.

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