Monday, December 11, 2017

First botanical additive authorized in EU

The dry grape extract developed and commercialized by Nor-Feed becomes the 1st botanical sensory additive authorized for animal nutrition by the European Commission. Nor-Feed...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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....

Positive influence of ensiled kernel maize in Poultry diets

After a lot of concerns over use of antibiotic growth promotors (AGPs) as feed additives in poultry diets, the broiler industry is facing increasingly...

Camelina might be next option for poultry feed

Camelina 'cake' could be a new, attractive poultry feed Camelina is one step closer to being a feed source for livestock species. “Camelina is not a...