KANSAS CITY, MO. – Agriculture research business DSM Animal Nutrition and Health is seeking solutions for antimicrobial resistance and controlling animal emissions for years to come. The group is focused on improving sustainability throughout the food supply chain.
In this week’s MEAT+POULTRY Podcast, Christie Chavis, vice president of animal nutrition specialties business for DSM Animal Nutrition and Health, discussed some of the positive changes that are evident in animal agriculture, including in the meat industry.
Chavis explained some of the measures many meat companies are taking to reach sustainability goals set for 2050. She also discussed how DSM is playing a role in moving the conversation forward by helping improve the gut health of animals.
Chavis also addressed progress being made in the poultry industry.
It is a conversation on how animal nutrition will continue to play a role in sustainability for generations to come.