Use of fish trimmings and byproducts in fishmeal and fish oil is a win for aquaculture. But challenges loom, including logistics and economics.
Findings of recent feeding trials with Siberian sturgeon and redfish demonstrate that mullet-based feeds can be substituted for traditional fishmeal resources.
The company has engaged in feed trials with both algae and microbial meals, before its sustainability director said farmers, “by and large, don’t want it.”
This study evaluated replacing fishmeal with a protein-rich and EPA-rich co-product of the marine microalga Nannochloropsis oculate in diets of Nile tilapia.
Qualitas Health, que cultiva algas en estanques en Nuevo México y Texas para suplementos humanos, está ingresando al mercado de ingredientes de alimentos acuícolas alternativos.
A commercial corn ethanol production byproduct (syrup) was used as a bacterial growth medium with the long-term aim to repurpose the resulting microbial biomass as a protein supplement in aquaculture feeds.
Qualitas Health, which grows algae in ponds in New Mexico and Texas for human supplements, is entering the alternative aquafeed ingredient market.
Las dietas sin pescado son adecuadas para la producción de camarón y pueden generar productos de alta calidad. Las preferencias de los consumidores por los atributos de sabor y textura de los camarones necesitan ser explorados.
Fisheries improvements projects (FIPs) are an important mechanism for bettering South East Asian fisheries that supply into the aquafeed industry, a new report finds.