UK: Fat supplement results higher yield response in commercial dairy trials

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A number of dairy farms in the UK have significantly lowered their feed carbon footprint by more than 10%, while also returning impressive milk...

Aquaculture Innovations: Substituting Fishmeal with Microbial Protein from Soybean Processing Wastewater

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Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Temasek Polytechnic have successfully replaced half of the fishmeal protein in the diets of farmed...

Exploring the Role of Marine Worms in Sustainable Aquafeeds

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New research has shown the potential of enchytraeid worms, which feed on organic materials such as decaying seaweed, as a more sustainable replacement for...

Seaweed Oil Extract for Livestock Methane Reduction

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Symbrosia, a Hawaii-based cleantech startup that uses seaweed to drastically reduce livestock methane emissions, is excited to announce a study with Cornell University's College...

Study to Explore the Integration of Seaweed in Chicken Feed

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Scotland's Rural College (SRUC) is exploring the viability of a highly coveted red seaweed as a sustainable substitute for soybean meal in U.K. chicken...

Zero-Waste Fuel Cells from Chicken Feathers

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Feathers keep chickens warm, and they might also hold the key to creating sustainable fuel cells that can power clean vehicles. Scientists from Nanyang...

NIANP Discovers Regional Solution to Control Indian Cattle-Produced Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Methane gas emissions from livestock is one of the main contributors to the greenhouse effect that contributes to climate change, and India is taking...

Better Utilization of Energy or Nutrients from the Diet

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In previous research, feed intake and egg production parameters were the most common response criteria that researchers used to measure energy responses in poultry. Professor...

Australian Seaweed Startup Looks Beyond Methane-Reduction

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Currently, strong demand exists for a livestock feed additive derived from Asparagopsis, which can reduce methane emissions by up to 90%, enabling businesses, industry,...

Red Sea Plume Can Reduce Green House Gas Emissions by up to 50%

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Researchers in Sweden have found that adding the tropical alga Asparagopsis taxiformis (AT), also known as red sea plume, to cow feces can reduce...