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...

A discovery to lower methane emissions from livestock

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A scientific team identifies the rumen enzymes that control the main energy source for methane-producing microbes. In the global quest to reduce greenhouse gases, finding...

Replacement of fish meal in Aquaculture is possible or not?

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About 70% of fish and crustaceans produced in aquaculture are fed with protein-rich feed. If the aquaculture sector is to reach its growth targets...

Amaranthus – An ingredient for dairy cows nutrition

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The foxtail amaranth (Amaranthus caudatus L.) is one of the most popular species of domesticated amaranths. It has been cultivated for a long time...

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...

Conventional or Novel Chicken Feed Ingredients-Fermentation just might cater to all your problems

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In light if limited literature resources on benefits and future prospects of fermented broiler feed, Sugiharto and Samir Ranjitkar (Diponegoro University, Faculty of Animal...

Mushroom-based feed supplement might improve U.S. Cattle farming

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The researchers from College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences are working on integrating mushroom and cattle production.  The team recently received athree-year, $500k grant...

Wageningen based collaboration to make sustainable animal feed

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To replace cereals in animal feed with less sticky co-products from circular agriculture, there is an urgent need to find out how animal feed...

Mealworms – A key to replace unsustainable feeds

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Entec nutrition, led by academics at the University of Exeter, have won a £250,000 grant from Innovate UK to find ways of producing animal...

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...