Novel process to develop fishmeal substitute

Prairie AquaTech is developing an enhanced microbial conversion to produce high-protein feed that is converted into pellets for aquaculture. Bill Gibbons, an industrial microbiologist and...

Natural gas based animal feed

Pellets made using methane-eating bacteria — methanotrophs — that are found naturally in soil and lakes can be converted into animal feed. These are...

MycoKey to develop solutions for reducing mycotoxins in food and feed chains

Mycotoxins, produced by fungal mold, currently contaminates a quarter of the world's agriculture produce, making it a potential growing threat to people and animals,...

Pineapple fruit residue silage as fodder source for livestock

The NIANP (ICAR), Bangalore has developed a silage technology to preserve pineapple fruit residue and use it as fodder for livestock. Feeding of this...

Camelina oil – A promising alternative

Memorial-partnered research leads to approval for camelina oil fish feed The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has approved the use of mechanically-extracted camelina oil as...

New Forage Grass Varieties may boost milk production by 40%

New varieties of high-quality, drought-resistant forage grasses can boost milk production by 40 percent and generate millions of dollars in economic benefits for struggling...

Microbes to produce superior feed crops

Australian Scientists have identified two microbes that build bigger and more resilient feed crops. The biotechnology research conducted at Flinders University in South Australia identified...

Technology to feed cattle from waste

The organic waste generated by the food sector, such as crop waste, expired products like milk, soups, meat and vegetables, as well as those...

Ground-breaking reduction in greenhouse gas emissions with natural feed ingredient

Trial at Copenhagen University shows a 58% methane reduction can be realized by using a natural feed supplement made from fruit and vegetables. Livestock emissions...

Development in Aquaculture Feed Using Wine Waste

Waste from the wine industry is being developed into aquaculture feed with highly promising results. The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) has partnered...