Testing in three brands of Tasmanian salmon were within the maximum residue limits, 1mg per kg of salmon.
Sustainable shrimp production has significantly advanced with a commercial-scale trial showing that a new diet with lower levels of protein can produce the same-sized shrimps with less impact on the environment.
Skretting Australia will start validation trials for String Bio’s product Pro-DG®, a sustainable protein produced from potent greenhouse gasses.
Aussie researchers tested replacing fishmeal with SCPs in juvenile yellowtail kingfish aquafeeds and are now finding a way to improve palatability and increase the replacement rate.
A new salmonid feed trial facility was built for Petuna Aquaculture, a collaboration between the company, BioMar, and Skretting, installed and commissioned by Fresh By Design.
The new algae oil facility at its Wesley Vale factory in northwest Tasmania will make AlgaPrime DHA available for the Tasmanian salmon and the Australian and New Zealand aquaculture industries.
Ridley won the Environmental award at the Queensland Seafood Industry Council 2022 Awards for its fish-free tiger prawn commercial feed.
After testing the supplement in rabbitfish and Atlantic salmon, University of the Sunshine Coast researcher, Valentin Thépot, will test it in shrimp and lobster.
The company completed a commercial-scale trial of a breakthrough shrimp diet that includes no marine resources and has been launched as Ridley Propel range of shrimp diets.
The new Deakin University center will explore the use of sustainable ingredients in creating fish feed and how underutilized byproducts from other industries can have a second life.
After JBS signed an agreement to acquire Huon’s salmon business, Australian magnate Andrew Forrest demands both companies increase sustainability with measures such as replacing fishmeal.
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
The transaction is expected to be completed by the end of the month.
The company plans to expand its production capacity through the purchase of Ridley’s extrusion facility in Westbury, Tasmania.
Australian magnate Andrew Forrest and his private investment group Tattarang spent $12 million in shares of Ridley Corporation, holding 5.1% of the animal nutrition group.
Existing feed mill operators who currently manufacture diets for terrestrial animals have expressed some interest in expanding their businesses to include a line for producing aquafeeds to support the development of aquaculture in the region.
The company will lead an Australian $3 million project that will employ nutritional physiology strategies to increase the resilience of salmon at times of increased temperatures.
Study finds that fed aquaculture production could almost double over the next decade and increased use of novel feeds from sources other than wild-caught fish could help to ensure this growth.
The €40 million production facility in Tasmania will produce up to 110,000 tons per year of aquafeeds to support the Australian and Oceania aquaculture industry.
The virus has been confirmed in seafood samples from Southeast Queensland, Australia, more than three years after it was first detected in the region.