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Issue 28 Vol 21, July 29, 2021. Previous issues are archived at www.aquafeed.com
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HEADLINE NEWS

LDC boosts aquafeed production capacity in China

LDC boosts aquafeed production capacity in China
Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) started operating its joint Rongchuan aquafeed facility with Guangdong HAID Group in Tianjin. The new facility is now the biggest aquafeed mill in North China with an annual feed production capacity of 200,000 metric tons.
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ADM to acquire Sojaprotein

ADM to acquire Sojaprotein
Global nutrition company, ADM has reached an agreement to acquire Sojaprotein, a leading European provider of non-GMO soy ingredients. The addition of the largest producer of plant-based protein in southern Europe would enhance production capacity, expand capabilities to meet fast-growing global demand for plant-based proteins, the company said.

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Australian grouper project aims to support Vietnamese farmers by delivering nutritional data required to formulate cost-effective feeds

Australian grouper project aims to support Vietnamese farmers by delivering nutritional data required to formulate cost-effective feeds
The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), in partnership with grouper breeder, The Company One, aims to support grouper farming smallholders in Vietnam to improve their SME businesses by engaging with aquafeed companies to produce commercial feeds

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AstaReal AB launches astaxanthin brand NOVASTA® in the European market

AstaReal AB launches astaxanthin brand NOVASTA® in the European market

AstaReal AB, part of the AstaReal Group, a fully owned subsidiary of the Japanese pharmaceutical company Fuji Chemical Industries Co., Ltd., has introduced its astaxanthin brand NOVASTA® in the European market. With its high content of natural astaxanthin and additional valuable carotenoids, proteins, carbohydrates and essential fatty acids, the ingredient supports optimal health and nutrition for a variety of animals.

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Feed from turkey tail mushrooms offer boost to Taiwan's shrimp industry

Feed from turkey tail mushrooms offer boost to Taiwan's shrimp industry

Shrimp fed a polysaccharide made from turkey tail mushrooms grown on sorghum distillers’ grain, have stronger immune systems and are 25 percent more active than shrimp raised with conventional feed, researchers in Kinmen County found.

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RECENT RESEARCH PAPERS

Toward environmentally sustainable aquafeeds: Managing phosphorus discharge from Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) aquaculture with microalgae-supplemented diets
Madilyn M. Gamble; Pallab K. Sarker; Anne R. Kapuscinski; Suzanne Kelson; Devin S. Fitzgerald; Benjamin Schelling; Antonio Vitor Berganton De Souza; Takayuki Tsukui
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene (2021) 9 (1): 00170.

Phosphorus digestibility results suggest that Schizochytrium sp. is a good candidate for developing tilapia feeds that minimize phosphorus loading. Partial or complete substitution of conventional ingredients with certain microalgae species could result in a feed with greater phosphorus digestibility, reducing the phosphorus load in the aquatic environment into which the aquaculture waste is discharged.
 

Evaluation of fish oil content and cottonseed meal with ultralow gossypol content on the functional properties of an extruded shrimp feed
Efren Delgadoa; Delia Julieta Valles-Rosales; Nancy Carol Flores; DamiánReyes-Jáquezc
Aquaculture Reports, Volume 19,2021

This study analyzed the extrusion processing potential of glandless cottonseed meal (GCSM) in extruded shrimp feed. Five different diets with different fish oil concentration and constant GCSM content were extruded. Extrusion temperature, screw speed, and moisture content were varied. Overall results demonstrated that using GCSM as a fishmeal substitute in extruded shrimp feed might be a feasible alternative to reduce feeding costs while showing high protein, minerals, essential fatty acids, and amino acids content.
 

Disintegration stability of extruded fish feed affects gastric functions in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
André S. Bogevik; Tor Andreas Samuelsen; Tone Aspevik; Odd Helge Romarheim; Turid Synnøve Aas; Tharmini Kalananthan; Ivar Rønnestad
Aquaculture, Volume 543,2021

Two salmon feeds with different disintegration stabilities were produced by impacting extruder viscous heat dissipation with the use of different lipid levels in the feed mix. The feeds were then dried and coated to similar final lipid levels (30-31%) and nutritional composition. Both feeds were produced as 4 and 6-mm pellets. Feeds extruded with 20% lipid had a lower disintegration stability compared with those with 8% lipid. The feeds were used in two feeding studies using Atlantic salmon and an in vitro gastric study.
 

INGREDIENTS & COMMODITIES

Peruvian & European fishmeal
Prices per m/t FOB vessel Peru port ranged from US$ 1,360/1,380 m/t for 65/66% protein to US$ 1,660/1,680 for 68% protein, 500 hist, 120 TVN. Prices per m/t Chile port ran from US$1,520/1,540 for 67% protein 150 TVN - 1650/1670 m/t for 68% protein, 500 hist, 120 TVN. European fishmeal prices are in the range of US$1,510 - US$1,980.
Read more at Hammersmith Marketing.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Aquaculture Technical Manager - Vietnam
USSEC is seeking a part-time contractor to identify where the USSEC can be most effective in promoting good aquaculture practices and feed-based systems.
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Professor in Nutrition - UK
The University of Stirling is seeking to appoint a professor in animal nutrition within its Institute of Aquaculture.
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Associate R&D Director - China
Kemin is looking for an associate R&D director to support product development projects through scientific methodologies.
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Extruder Operator - USA
Wilbur Ellis is looking for an extruder operator to assist in the production of aquaculture feed products, quality control, maintenance, and facility cleanliness in daily activities.
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Sales Manager - North America
Geelen Counterflow is looking for a sales manager in North America to further grow its market share and support its installed base with extensions, services and parts.
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Senior Product Manager - Aqua Nutrition - France
Innovafeed is looking for a senior aqua product manager to launch InnovaFeed’s new ingredient NovaGain on the shrimp market with a focus on Southeast Asia.
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Aquafeed/Petfood Product Manager - France
Phosphea is looking for a product manager to be in charge of the marketing of its aquaculture and petfood ranges of products.
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Project Manager Sustainable Nutrition - Singapore
Evonik is seeking a project manager to manage R&D projects in the field of aquaculture.
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Aquaculture Nutritionist - Canada
Cooke Aquaculture is looking for an aquaculture nutritionist to join is Nova Scotia team.
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IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Odor control in aquafeed production using non-thermal plasma
  • Using plant genetics and value chain integration to provide functional and sustainable soy ingredients for aquaculture rations
  • Soy in aquaculture
  • Natural source of carotenoids for salmonids and shrimps
  • Aquafeed evaluation under specific farming conditions: A RAS application
  • How to help the anti-infective immunity of European carp

Next issue: October 2021
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WORTH A VIEW

Emerging trends in alternative feeds for shrimp
Watch this F3’s webinar with major feed companies and shrimp producers discussing the latest trends in fishmeal and fish oil replacement for shrimp.
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EVENT NEWS

Taiwan Int'l Fisheries and Seafood Show 2021 (TIFSS 2021) Reschedule to December 2-4, 2021
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation and the Level 3 epidemic alert locally in Taiwan, the TIFSS, originally scheduled to be held from September 2 to 4 this year, has been moved to December 2 to 4 at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2. The virtual exhibition, the TIFSS online 2021, will be simultaneously rescheduled to December 2 to 31 for global exhibitors who might be unable to take a business trip to Taiwan under the epidemic.
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