Sunday, February 5, 2023

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

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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...

Jatropha and its merit as animal feed

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Climate change and predicted shortages of fossil fuels present major challenges. Currently, biofuel production is from agricultural crops grown primarily on arable land. Conflict...

Blockchain technology to ensure transparency animal feed safety and production

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Neogen Corporation, a company focuses on animal safety and production, partners with Ripe Technology to bring blockchain technology to its food safety diagnostics and...

Specially-bred wheat for healthy bones in poultry

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Specially-bred wheat could help provide some of the key nutrients essential for healthy bones in poultry, reducing the need to supplement the feed, researchers...

New sensor system sniffs out mycotoxins in wheat

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

Canola meal may improve productivity and efficiency in dairy cows

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

Seaweed – Research focus of start-ups and international animal nutrition companies

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While carbon dioxide tends to be a significant focus of controlling climate-affecting emissions, methane produced by livestock such as bovines is also considered a...

Novel process to develop fishmeal substitute

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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...

Animal feed from Cassava peel

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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....

Camelina might be next option for poultry feed

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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...