Monday, December 5, 2022

Turbocharging Photosynthesis in Corn Hikes Yield

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The discovery promises to be a key step in improving agricultural efficiency and yield, according to new research in Nature Plants, Corn productivity can be...

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...

Metamorphosis: A Technique for Sustainable Fish and Animal Feed

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Food waste feeds the larvae of the black soldier fly, which in turn has the potential to become sustainable feed for fish and animals....

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...

Microplastics in fishmeal: A growing concern

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Microplastics ingested by marine biotaare contaminants of emerging concern. About a quarter of global marine fish landings is used to produce fishmeal for animal...

As aquaculture booms, it’s consuming more fish than it produces

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Aquaculture is one way to meet Asia's growing demand for seafood, but using fish as feed could worsen the problem of declining fish stocks...

Technology to turn organic waste into animal feed

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A Melbourne biotech company is using its software development skills to breed black soldier flies whose larvae turn organic waste into animal feed. Inside a...

Red seaweed – A potential ingredient in Animal Feed gets funding from BASF Venture...

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Sea6 Energy Pvt Ltd - a Bengaluru-based firm engaged in the production and processing of tropical red seaweed has raised USD 18.5 million (about...

MycoKey to develop solutions for reducing mycotoxins in food and feed chains

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Mycotoxins, produced by fungal mold, currently contaminates a quarter of the world's agriculture produce, making it a potential growing threat to people and animals,...

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...