Saturday, March 6, 2021

Research finds higher quality of floating fish feed pellets

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A team of researchers conducted two experiments to understand the impact of pre-gelatinized (PG) taro and broken rice for manufacturing higher quality floating fish...

Research on Phosphorus digestion in layer birds

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Phosphorus is an indispensable nutrient for humans, animals, and plants. But especially livestock usually cannot satisfy their needs with only plant-based feed. To compensate,...

Dietary choline supplementation in dairy cows

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Choline, a trimethylated quarternary amine involved in transport of fat from liver, provides labile methyl groups for transmethylation reactions and is required for the...

An alternative feed component as universal immunostimulant for shrimp

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A technology that once looked promising as an alternative source of jet fuel for US military aircraft now has commercial applications for shrimp feed,...

Camelina oil – A promising alternative

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Memorial-partnered research leads to approval for camelina oil fish feed The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has approved the use of mechanically-extracted camelina oil as...

By-products of sugar can be potential animal feed

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Global demand for animal products is increasing, with significant growth in demand in Asia, and Australian agriculture is uniquely placed to satisfy these demands....

First botanical additive authorized in EU

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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...

GMO Camelina: Sustainable alternative to omega-3 fish oil

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Diminishing global fish stocks are a serious concern for the environment and food security, yet our fish consumption keeps growing. Producing fish oil on...

Feed supplement may reduce cow methane emissions

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International team of researchers found positive effects of supplement added to the feed of high-producing dairy cows reduced methane emissions by 30 percent and...

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...