Microalgae offers promise to the feed and livestock sector in terms of sustainable production and being rich in protein, they could be an interesting alternative to imported soy for animal diets, but not at this juncture due to current production costs and a lack of supporting nutritional data.
US company, Zivo Bioscience and, feed additive producer, NutriQuest, have formed an alliance to jointly develop and test animal nutrition products derived from Zivo’s proprietary algae strain.
The head of the research center of the global aqua feed leader, Skretting, has weighed in on the debate generated by BBC coverage of a Scottish study showing omega 3...
Skretting, Nutreco’s fish feed division, says a breakthrough in R&D development by Evonik and DSM means it can provide feed formulations containing EPA and DHA from algal oil as and...
Microalgae blends boost growth, survival in farmed geoduck clams, says researcher.
Periphyton-boosted tilapia productions systems may see better fish gain with less feed needed, say researchers.
Alltech has been working to develop a replacement for fish meal or fish oil in aquafeed.
Some freshwater microalgae strains may offer dietary protein, lipids and a balanced supply of essential amino acids for animal and aquaculture feeds.
ZIVO Bioscience, a US developer of what it calls a ‘cost effective’ algae culture derived feed ingredient, is looking to partner with a global feed company on dairy formulation testing.
The Marine Algae industrialization Consortium (MAGIC), comprising researchers from both US universities and industry, has been evaluating the possibility of the large scale production of fuel and feed from microalgae.
Disease management and regulation mark two major challenges to growth in the aquaculture industry, industry officials say.
Algae coproducts may be a viable option to replace corn in cattle feed say researchers with Iowa State University.
Including an algae derivative in broiler diets can improve the birds’ immune status, antioxidant capacity, and performance, finds a new Chinese study.
Increasing livestock fertility, nailing precision feeding, developing fish meal substitutes and a migration away from antimicrobials are the immediate goals of a US led research alliance relying on ‘innovative’ nutritional...
GM plant oils would seem to represent the ‘holy grail’ in the hunt for viable replacements for fish oil derived long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid...
Microalgae offers promise to the feed and livestock sector in terms of sustainable production and its use in feed could ensure better quality eggs, milk and possibly meat, and improved...
A pilot scale initiative in Bangladesh backed by two international technology players is aiming to show how cheap fish feed can be derived from a novel algae production method.
Australian beef producers and feed companies can benefit from a University of Queensland (UQ) project that is demonstrating how microalgae derived feed can be produced cheaply and efficiently.
Algae biomass-derived pellet binders that could potentially make poultry feed more efficient are one of the early-stage innovations that award-winning poultry researcher Joe Moritz is working on.