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Fish oil has traditionally been used as the major lipid component in fish feeds to provide essential polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA)
Black soldier fly larvae-based oil and meal may boost trout production when fishmeal and fish oil are partially replaced, say researchers.
Researchers have developed a cost-effective “fish-free” feed for carnivorous marine finfish, in which fishmeal and fish oil have been replaced by poultry meal
Replacing some fishmeal and oil use with algae meal may boost the weight gain of carnivorous fish and alter fish fatty acid profiles while supporting fish
Use of lipid sources with high levels of saturated fatty acids may support fish production and omega-3 levels in farmed fish fed diets with no fish oil
Swapping algae meal for portions of fishmeal, fish oil and plant proteins may provide similar growth performance and body condition in carnivorous fish
Several ingredients are used in the aquafeed industry, but proteins and lipids of marine origin (i.e., fish meal and oil) are considered some of the most import
Tesco is updating its salmon standards with the intention of reducing the amount of wild-caught fish that is fed to salmon in aquaculture.
Four contestants have officially joined the race to replace the fish oil used in aquafeeds with fish-free omega-3 alternatives.
A coalition of Norwegian fish farmers has formed a new partnership which will ensure that their feeds contain an algal ingredient that will help them improve