Livestock production is growing fastest in the developing world, particularly in Asia and Latin America. Increased output has been achieved mainly by intensifying production systems and a shift towards poultry and pigs with the much slower expansion of beef production; dairying has also increased in both scale and intensification.

The industrialization of livestock production systems, characterized by high animal quantities and limited land base for the recycling of manure and various waste in crop agriculture, are associated with substantial environmental externalities and require particular attention to biosecurity, animal disease development, and control, as well as to animal welfare and cattle feed manufacturers in Noida management.

Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and good practices in assessing, managing, and communicating prospects along the entire food chain are required. Such trials require respect to economic, environmental, and social sustainability conditions geared towards protecting food safety and veterinary public health. FAO assigns high priority to the development of good agricultural and management practices in livestock production and animal health; their application in the livestock sector relies on the sector's active involvement in the design of such practices. The close collaboration of industry and inter-governmental agencies such as FAO in this endeavor is critical for achieving the desired impact.

Food safety is a core area of the collaboration of all actors, private and public, to protect the animal product food chain from the farm to the consumer. Given the direct links between animal feed and animal origin foods' safety, feed production and manufacture must be considered an integral part of the food production chain. Therefore, cattle feed manufacturers in Delhi NCR must be subject to the quality assurance of integrated food safety systems in the same way as food production.

The Feed Industry Federation aims to help meet the demand for safe and affordable food globally, through its membership, by:

• Promoting a range of processing technologies and engineering in feed manufacture, from processes relying on general and skilled labor to fully automated manufacturing systems

• Making use of a wide range of co-products, by-products, and raw materials from primary agricultural production, the food industry, and industrial sources

• Sponsoring university research in animal nutrition and other fields and conducting feeding and animal husbandry trials

• Developing systems of feed marketing and distribution to support livestock farming in markets that span the globe

•Playing a proactive role in educating feed cattle feed wholesale suppliers, consumers, and regulatory authorities worldwide on various issues that affect the supply of safe and affordable animal origin foods.

Author's Bio: 

The production, processing, storage, transport, and distribution of safe and suitable feed and feed ingredients is efficient for all feed chain participants, including farmers, feed ingredient cattle feed manufacturers in Delhi, feed compounders, truckers, etc. Each partner in the feed chain is accountable for all activities under their immediate control, including yielding any applicable statutory requirements.