Saturday, April 20, 2019

Canola Meal-The Protein Source for Livestock

CANOLA meal, the byproduct of canola oil production, is one of the most popular livestock ration protein sources in North America. Even with its popularity,...

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...

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...

Soybean alternative to fishmeal

A Minnesota feed company has a new meal deal. The company is making a high-protein soybean meal to replace expensive fishmeal in livestock diets....

New sensor system sniffs out mycotoxins in wheat

Mycotoxins -  produced by fungi  contaminate about 25 % of food crops worldwide, according to the latest estimates. Detecting contamination quickly and reliably is...

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...

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...

Scientists discovered a new method to trace protein sources of Salmon

More than half of the world's fish and seafood products come from aquaculture. The increasing demand and the simultaneous decline of the natural stocks...

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...

More Sustainable aquafeed with marine microalga co-product

Dartmouth scientists have created a more sustainable feed for aquaculture by using a marine microalga co-product as a feed ingredient. The study is the...