Australis, Yadrán, Blumar, Cermaq, and Multi X lead BioMar 2022 Farmer of the Year for Atlantic salmon with feed conversion rates ranging between 0.99 and 1.06.
Retailers step forward to highlight consequences of inaction on North East Atlantic blue whiting management.
ARASCO, Cargill and NEOM Food signed an agreement to work together to support best practices and improve sustainability in the Saudi aquaculture sector.
The EUR 18.5-million facility with a capacity of 50,000 metric tonnes per year will cater to domestic and export markets.
New study from Scottish startup SalmoSim indicates insects used to break down plastic waste could be viable protein sources for farmed Atlantic salmon.
Henk was a well-known and valued colleague in the world of animal feed and grain processing with ample contacts worldwide.
How production costs and final insect meal prices can be reduced to allow a more rapid scale-up and wide use, especially in aquafeeds?
The reduction in customs duty on key inputs for the domestic manufacturing of shrimp feed is aimed to promote exports.
The European Fishmeal and Fish Oil Producers have initiated analyses to get a complete picture of all the fish species that are used to produce European fishmeal.
The project will assess the optimal levels of vitamin E, folate and vitamin A in the different phases of the salmon's life cycle.
Cargill, Skretting, and BioMar have committed to cease sourcing from the fishery if the coastal states fail to put sustainability first.
The network aims to share knowledge and promote low-trophic aquaculture with major potential as feed, among others.
Feed stakeholders discussed critical issues facing the feed sector with IFIF and the FAO at the 16th International Feed Regulators Meeting.
The collaboration aims to advance BioMar’s responsible sourcing program by leveraging Benson Hill soy and further assessing its sustainability impact on high-performance aquafeed formulations.
The feed mill is part of the National Fisheries Program that plans to build aquafeed mills in strategic locations in the country.
Skretting and tuna farming startup Next Tuna established a new feed cooperation agreement to develop aquafeeds for Atlantic bluefin tuna from first feeding to transfer at 10 kg.
The company started the construction of this modern feed mill in 2021 that will manufacture feeds for fish, poultry and cattle for farmers in Ivory Coast and surrounding export destinations.
The Animal Food Industry Sustainability Toolkit is intended to drive continuous improvement in the full feed value chain.
The project is part of the first aquaculture-related seed funding initiative from UK's Center for Innovation Excellence in Livestock which aims to help accelerate innovation, research and development in the sector.
Skretting, Protix and Veramaris have partnered with shrimp importer Klaas Puul to supply EU supermarkets with more sustainable shrimp produced in Latin America.