Scoular will market fishmeal and fish oil processed from Da Yang Seafood and Bornstein Seafoods trimmings at the new plant.
The House aquaculture caucus was established as a resource and forum to educate members of congress about the economic opportunities of the U.S. aquaculture industry.
Despite the improved performance, the winner Star Milling Co. said that utilizing terrestrial animal proteins and fats could reduce feed costs to be more competitive with conventional trout diets.
Railroads and rail worker unions reached a tentative labor agreement on September 15, preventing the potential for a strike that would affect grain exports and feed deliveries.
A complete stoppage of the rail system would lead to shutdowns or slowdowns of rail-dependent facilities with consequences for exports and feed deliveries.
The University of Saskatchewan has partnered with industry groups to establish a “globally unique” facility to develop and test novel plant- and insect-derived proteins for aquaculture.
Researchers at Southern Illinois University Carbondale are developing a new larval feed that uses the invasive species copi, previously known as Asian carp, as a protein source.
Since its launch, over 50% of all chartered vessels out of the United States have been executed on its platform.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a fiscal 2023 package to dedicate $8 million to the FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine to help with expediting reviews for new feed ingredients.
Texas A&M AgriLife team is working to improve hybrid striped bass health, growth and productivity by developing effective nutritional strategies to substitute fishmeal and other protein feedstuffs.
After ten years undergoing a comprehensive process, the FDA has approved QRILL™ AQUA and QRILL™ High Protein meal for use in salmon feeds.
IPEF will enable the United States and its allies to decide on rules of the road that ensure American workers, small businesses, and ranchers can compete in the Indo-Pacific.
The facility will be the first of its kind for Southeast Missouri with an annual production capacity of 62 million bushels of soybeans.
The companies formed a joint venture that will produce trout and salmon feeds for the Riverence Group, utilizing wholesome, sustainable ingredients including the 60%+ fermented protein product.
Québec-based insect producer, Entosystem, will build a new plant in Drummondville thanks to more than $60 million in public and private investments.
Jord Producers has been incorporated into Ÿnsect’s production portfolio, signifying the global leader’s entry into North American mealworm production.
The company will invest $59.1 million to expand its operation in the city of Chesapeake, Virginia.
The investments aim for a reliable and cost-optimized supply to North and South American markets as it reduces the carbon footprint of transportation.
The largest global land-based aquaculture company partnered with Skretting to include Veramaris ASC-MSC certified algal oil in its feed from Q4 2021.
The soybean processing facility will have the capacity to process over 50 million bushels of soybeans per year and will be built in Nebraska.