In the 6th 2020 edition of All About Feed we explore the rumen microbiome. We discuss the challenges that the growing rabbit farming industry faces, and we interview animal feed expert, Jan Dijkstra, about how to reduce emissions through the proper use of feed. All About Feed also looks into feeding algae to aquaculture and algae residuals to chickens.
Could black soldier fly protein have a health-promoting effect when included in animal feed? The antioxidant effect has, for the first time, been investigated.
While massive swarms of locusts are causing devastation in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, scientists in Pakistan have developed a way to turn locusts into chicken feed.
Pigs are highly susceptible to heat stress. The efficiency of lactating sows is compromised every time environmental temperatures create a situation that is above or below particular threshold values. One of the pig’s most effective measures to reduce heat production is to reduce feed intake. We consider strategies that can help sows cope.
Rabbit farming is expected to grow rapidly, but how will the sector reduce its impact on antimicrobial resistance?
Belgian researchers are investigating how residual flows from algae production for human consumption can deliver value to chicken feed.
There is potential of in-feed marine microalgae polysaccharides for improving immune performance in aquaculture, according to recent research.
Animal feed expert, Jan Dijkstra, talks about opportunities to reduce nitrogen, ammonia, phosphate and methane through the proper use of feed.
In this article we discuss how just a 10% improvement in cattle efficiency could lead to a 43% increase in profits.
The Polish feed industry has felt the full force of the Covid-19 pandemic, but the industry will not sustain significant long-term impact.
In this article, All About Feed considers the effects and strategies of various crops on feed utilization and milk production of dairy cows.
DDGS supports good egg production and quality. What other aspects need to be considered when feeding DDGS to birds?
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