Nutritional study with Nile tilapia compared three microalgal diets to a reference diet containing fishmeal and fish oil levels found in commercial feed.
IFFO Director General Petter M. Johannessen says fishmeal and fish oil offer unmatched nutrition and benefits to fuel aquaculture’s growth trajectory.
Kevin Fitzsimmons, leader of the F3 (fish-free feed) Challenge, says aquaculture may currently depend on fishmeal and fish oil, but farmed fish do not.
An evaluation of experimental juvenile kampachi (Seriola rivoliana) diets – with zero fishmeal or fish oil – finds significant potential.
Study compares the response of Pacific white shrimp fed microalgal oil-based diets and assessed their ability to withstand a Vibrio parahaemolyticus challenge.
The DSM-Evonik joint venture won the F3 Fish Oil Challenge by a wide margin. CEO Karim Kurmaly talks about the “sacrifice” his team made to win.
Authors investigated the effects of replacing dietary fish oil with palm oil in juvenile Nile tilapia, and demonstrated that growth and feed utilization were not compromised when palm oil was used either partially or totally.
Fisheries improvements projects (FIPs) are an important mechanism for bettering South East Asian fisheries that supply into the aquafeed industry, a new report finds.
This study evaluated the effects of replacing fishmeal and fish oil with a plant-based diet in juvenile and on-growing rainbow trout from first-feeding.