Saturday, December 16, 2017

Natural gas protein-an alternative to fishmeal and soymeal

A new technology has been adopted by a Danish firm that is capable of producing natural protein from methane gas, using technology which is...

Canola meal may improve productivity and efficiency in dairy cows

New research at the University of Nevada and University of Wisconsin supports use of canola meal over soybean meal in dairy cow diets. The...

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...

Viability of Camelina meal in cattle feed

Camelina meal is being tested as an ingredient for use in dairy rations in Canada in a bid to enhance milk quality. University of Saskatchewan...

Animal feed from Cassava peel

With 60% of the world's arable land, Africa has the potential to not only feed itself, but also to become a major food exporter....

Layer feed efficiency improved by red algae

December 2014: Research is ongoing to identify areas where algae can improve animal performance, health and welfare. Algae (also called seaweeds) are considered an important...

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...

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...

Microalgae to replace fish oil for sustainable fish diets

US researchers found that replacing fish oil with Schizochytrium in Tilapia feed actually improved the feed for the fish and also increased certain healthy...

Fish Soy to increase its digestibility to more than 95 percent

Research supported by the soybean industry is looking to convert some farm-raised fish into vegetarians. A South Dakota State University fisheries scientist is developing...