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The use of insect meal in animal diets is promising. But what is the nutritional value of this protein and can it serve as a good replacement for fish meal
Because salt is cheap we tend to forget how much we add in animal feeds, but it is not always right to overdo it.
Understanding that soluble protein does not equal degraded protein is essential for maximizing the positive effects of formulations.
The threat of disease in the aquaculture industry, coupled with greater restrictions or ban on antibiotic use, has increased interest in evaluating antibiotic
The pompano are reared in a clearwater system, and the shrimp are cultured in a heterotrophic system maintained by inputs of biofloc from an external bioreactor
The addition of enzymatic feed additives to dairy cow diets increase feed intake, animal performance. Enzymes can improve feed efficiency and reduce the cost of
The specific roles of phytases, carbohydrases and protease result in numerous benefits for animals and producers.
Understanding gut health is paramount in designing quality post-weaning piglet diets. Feed intake level determines gut health. Gut immunity is a daily challenge
Ioannis Mavromichalis, Ph.D, gives his views on poultry, pig and dairy nutrition based on his experience as a nutrition consultant with clients around the world
Joint research between TCFFI, USDA and EWOS uses new diet for post-smolt to food-size fish. a fishmeal-free diet on Atlantic salmon post-smolt performance