Feed & Nutrition – Page 7

  • Feed Optimisation Through Digitalisation

    Feed optimisation through digitalisation


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

  • Sustainable feed for Nile tilapia

    Sustainable feed for Nile tilapia


    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

  • Growing interest in alternative feeds

    Growing interest in alternative feeds


    Despite the limited supply of fish stocks, aquaculture continues to depend on wild-caught fishmeal and fish oil. By interacting with ingredient providers, researchers, fish farmers and feed companies, one collaborative effort, the Future of Fish Feed (F3), is working to offer some innovative solutions

  • News

    First feed mill in Ecuador BAP certified


    GISIS – part of the Nutreco Group - has become Ecuador’s first feed mill to attain Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification.

  • Fish feed. Credit: Slandsvi Solveig O. Landsvik/CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

    Project to optimise feed efficiency


    Scientists and industry are joining forces in a new project to improve feed for commercial fish farming in order to improve protein digestibility.

  • News

    GLOBALG.A.P. launches sustainability module for feed mills


    GLOBALG.A.P. has announced that a new voluntary GLOBALG.A.P. Add-on has been published.

  • The 19.80m SSF/MD 1 was developed by the yard to provide the best possible feeding platform with a strong emphasis on generous working space and visibility

    Automated salmon feed barge


    The latest of four 150 tonne automated feed barges being built for Scottish Sea Farms Ltd has been completed by Macduff Shipyards Ltd.

  • Professor Douglas Tocher: "Fish oil is a finite and limited resource and because the aquaculture industry is constantly expanding sustainability is vital"

    Using plants to produce fish feed


    Scotland’s University of Stirling is using genetically modified plants to replace fish oil in fish feeds with the aim of preserving wild fish stocks and maintaining nutritional value of farmed fish for humans.

  • Norman McCowan: “I am very proud of our team, our partners and our community for working together to take this critical step toward providing a solution to our coming food deficit”

    Bell Aquaculture opens new aqua feed mill


    America’s Bell Aquaculture LLC has opened its new Bell Farms Aqua Feed Mill in Indiana representing the last major step toward completion of a vertically integrated aquaculture farm that has long been in development.