Feed & Nutrition – Page 6

  • atlanticsapphire
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    Skretting and Atlantic Sapphire team up on local feed facility

    2021-11-17T10:16:00Z

    Skretting is to construct a feed plant in Florida for land-based salmon to serve Atlantic Sapphire’s US operations with feeds specialised for Bluehouse farming.

  • anne_mette
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    IFFO affirms value chain in tackling challenges

    2021-10-25T10:54:00Z

    The Marine Ingredients Organisation (IFFO) has held its latest webinar bringing together industry experts to discuss market trends, nutrition, fish health, sustainability and climate change.

  • Dibaq has become the first company in continental Europe to attain BAP Photo: Dibaq
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    Dibaq feed mill lands BAP certification

    2021-09-27T11:53:00Z

    The Spanish animal nutrition company Dibaq Group has become the first in continental Europe to attain the Global Seafood Alliance’s Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification for one of its feed mills.

  • Skretting's new Sustainability Manager
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    Skretting's new Sustainability Manager

    2021-09-08T11:22:00Z

    Skretting has announced the appointment of Jorge Diaz as Sustainability Manager. This is a dynamic role that supports the company’s top-priority sustainability agenda, and which also complements the roll-out of Nutreco’s Sustainability Roadmap 2025 with its three pillars of Health & Welfare, Climate & Circularity and Good Citizenship. 

  • contract signing
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    Halibut feed contract

    2021-08-24T14:45:00Z

    The world’s largest producer of farmed halibut has signed a six-year feed contract with Aller Aqua.

  • Skirting a bottleneck
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    Skirting a bottleneck

    2021-04-15T07:30:00Z

    Aquaculture needs to overcome the potential growth limiting issue of feed ingredient constraints if it’s to fulfil its long-term potential

  • Greener feed for Norwegian salmon
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    Greener feed for Norwegian salmon

    2021-04-14T07:30:00Z

    New research has found that using certified Europe soya in aquaculture feed could dramatically reduce CO2 emissions for the Norwegian salmon farming sector

  • Spelve farm manager, Alan Tangny Photo: Scottish Sea Farms
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    Hybrid powered feed barge ‘fantastic’

    2021-02-15T10:33:00Z

    Scottish Sea Farms is piloting a bespoke hybrid power system on board one of its feed barges, reducing fuel consumption, carbon emissions and operating costs.

  • Carnivorous fish can be fed a diet containing no fish meal or fish oil Photo: Doug Perrine/SeaPics.com
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    No fish oil or meal in farmed fish diet

    2020-09-02T08:37:00Z

    Researchers in Hawaii have made a breakthrough in the quest to develop a cost-effective, fish-free feed for farm-raised Kampachi, or almaco jack, a carnivorous marine fish.

  • Grasshoppers and crickets: protein for salmon
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    Grasshoppers and crickets – protein for salmon

    2020-08-27T07:30:00Z

    Based in Norway, Salmon Group and Metapod are trialling a new, locally produced feed for salmon made from grasshoppers and crickets

  • Representatives of SEAFDEC/AQD and PAFC tour a pilot-scale feed mill Photo: RD Dianala
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    Covid-19: Farmers seek help with feed costs

    2020-07-24T10:51:00Z

    Members of the Panay Aqua Farmers Cooperative (PAFC) have visited the Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC/AQD) accompanied by Remia Aparri of the Philippine Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources 6 (BFAR-6) to find ways to soften the impact of Covid-19 on the aquaculture industry in ...

  • Aiming for aquafeed self-sufficiency
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    Aiming for aquafeed self-sufficiency

    2020-07-19T07:30:00Z

    Russia is set to ramp up aquafeed production nearly tenfold to 525,000 tonnes by 2030 to make fish farmers less dependent on imports

  • Calysseo will open its first Feedkind production facility in Changshou Photo: Calysseo
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    Aquafeed production plant opens in Chongqing

    2020-07-03T11:21:00Z

    The first commercial-scale plant in the world fully-funded through the Calysseo joint-venture between Adisseo and Calysta will be built in Chongqing’s Changshou district, an important milestone for the Feedkind project.

  • Ruud Peerbooms Photo: Corbion
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    Corbion expands algae feed team

    2020-06-29T10:25:00Z

    Corbion has made three new appointments to its Algae Ingredients team, increasing the impact of the company”s omega-3 algae feed ingredient, AlgaPrime DHA.

  • Aller Aqua
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    New feed concept promotes growth and survival

    2020-02-25T11:09:00Z

    Aller Aqua has launched a new feed concept incorporating a series of aquafeeds based on a blend of ingredients that promote growth and survival in fish as well as disease resistance and prevention.

  • Hopes are increasing for an effective vaccine against sea lice Photo: SAIC
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    Hopes of in-feed vaccine for sea lice

    2020-01-06T10:35:00Z

    A team of Scottish and international aquaculture experts is developing an oral vaccine for sea lice, helping the industry to tackle one of the biggest threats to the health and welfare of farmed Atlantic salmon.

  • Microalgae: Sustainable Aquaculture to Feed The World
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    Sustainable aquaculture to feed the world

    2019-12-28T10:52:00Z

    Microalgae-based feeds could avoid depleting the wild fish that farmed seafood consumes, steering aquaculture in a new direction

  • Pioneering Tech to Improve Artemia Production
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    Pioneering tech to improve Artemia production

    2019-11-27T09:59:00Z

    INVE Aquaculture’s latest technologies aim to further improve the production of Artemia cysts and maintain product quality

  • Feed Optimisation Through Digitalisation
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    Feed optimisation through digitalisation

    2019-04-25T08:57:00Z

    Over the last few decades, IT has advanced significantly, with profound impacts on industries including aquaculture

  • Sustainable feed for Nile tilapia
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    Sustainable feed for Nile tilapia

    2019-01-01T07:00:00Z

    Despite significant progress over the years, aquaculture still poses concerns, such as over-reliance on wild fish and terrestrial plants such as soy. Now a US team of scientists has created an alternative feed for Nile tilapia using a marine microalga co-product