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Water buffalo by-product dog treats help sustainable farms

Water buffalo by-products, such as horns, lungs and udders, can serve as novel ingredients for dog treats and chews with social benefits and lower environmental impact than other protein sources.
Water buffalo by-products, such as horns, lungs and udders, can serve as novel ingredients for dog treats and chews with social benefits and lower environmental impact than other protein sources.
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13 largest pet cat populations in Europe 2020, Russia #1

Pet food sales reached EUR21.8 billion, with a 2.8% growth rate. By volume, companies sold 8.5 billion metric tonnes of pet food products in 2020.
Pet food sales reached EUR21.8 billion, with a 2.8% growth rate. By volume, companies sold 8.5 billion metric tonnes of pet food products in 2020.
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8 German dog, cat, other pet food companies’ revenues 2020

Petfood Industry’s Top Companies Current Data reported their annual revenues, along with more information about the dog, cat and other pet food companies in Germany and other nations.
Petfood Industry’s Top Companies Current Data reported their annual revenues, along with more information about the dog, cat and other pet food companies in Germany and other nations.
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Krill omega-3 fatty acids boosted dogs’ levels over fish

While krill provide health benefits to humans and their pets as food ingredients, humans threaten krill populations and the ecosystems that depend on the tiny animals, despite protections against overharvesting.
Krill, tiny marine crustaceans, provide omega-3 fatty acids for pet foods in a different form than omega-3s in conventional fish sources. Krill are one of the most abundant species on the planet.
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11 top pet food companies in Asia and Australia 2020

The majority of these companies have headquarters in Japan, with others in Thailand, Australia and South Korea.
Among companies based in Asia or Australia, these pet food producers had the highest annual revenue in 2020, according to Petfood Industry’s Top Companies Current Data.
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