The industrial compound feed production within the EU27 is expected to undergo a further reduction in 2023, with an estimated decline of nearly 2.4 million tons.
A diet supplement already consumed by humans for its anti-aging benefits could be used to help salmon digest feed and improve their natural disease resistance.
The project is expected to produce around 300,000 tons annually of aquafeeds for shrimp and fish farmed in cages.
Recent developments in Ghana indicate that the production of commercial fish feed based on alternative ingredients will begin shortly.
2023 has been a challenging year for aquafeed manufacturers due to the high price of raw materials and low seafood prices. Aquafeed.com talked with some feed technology suppliers to get their insights and how they see 2024.
In this final part of the series, we will discuss how the fishmeal and fish oil shortage and high prices are impacting the aquafeed industry and the potential effects on aquafeed producers and farmers in the medium term.
Algal blooms due to the presence of the microalgae Thalassiosira pseudonana have been reported at levels considered harmful to fish in Los Lagos region.
Around 50% of Ecuadorean shrimp-producing sites are located in flood-prone areas.
This project will be the first instance of AquaBounty executing its strategy to enter additional salmon markets through local partnerships.
Marine and brackish water aquaculture production has nearly doubled over the last decade, increasing by 91.3%, with revenues also up by 74.5%.
According to Rabobank’s global animal protein outlook, poultry and aquaculture production are set for modest growth, but beef, pork, and wild-catch seafood are likely to contract.
The report, funded by The Global Shrimp Forum Foundation, studied the most effective ways that shrimp consumption can be better promoted.
ONE Dubai welcomed international attendees to explore collaborative solutions to the greatest challenges facing the agri-food industry in the Middle East, Africa and beyond.
The company has implemented robust initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, promote fair labor practices and foster ethical business conduct.
The meeting addressed issues of common interest, such as the need for capacity development to ensure feed safety and the importance of collaborating to tackle AMR.
AQUA EXPO Guayaquil is the most important technical commercial shrimp event in America that has been held for more than 20 years in Ecuador.
The Insects to Feed the World (IFW) conference is the premier conference for the Insects as Feed and Food sector. IFW 2024 is set to take place from June 19-22 in Singapore, marking its 5th iteration.
The one-week Practical Short Course on Feeds, Pet Food and Aqua Feed Extrusion will be presented from February 5-9, 2024, at Texas A&M University in a hybrid format by staff, industry representatives, and consultants.