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EVALUATION OF POULTRY BY-PRODUCT MEAL AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO FISH MEAL in the Diet of Juvenile Black Sea Bass Reared in a Recirculating Aquaculture System

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
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In terms of dietary composition, protein is the single largest and most expensive component in fish feed. A feeding trial was conducted to determine the maximum substitution limits of poultry by-product meal protein for fish meal protein in the diet of juvenile Black Sea Bass Centropristis striata. Results showed poultry by-product meal as a promising alternative protein source for sustainable...

SEAFURTHERTM SUSTAINABILITY IS CARGILL’S SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE initiative to reduce the carbon footprint of its customers’ farmed seafood by 30% by 2030

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
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As a global leader in aquaculture feed and animal nutrition, Cargill supports the production of seafood the world needs while minimizing its impact on the planet. And now is looking to do even more for sustainable aquaculture by focusing on farmers and working across the value chain to help the seafood industry reduce its global carbon footprint through the implementation...

Protein hydrolysates from poultry by-product and swine liver as an alternative dietary protein source for the Pacific white shrimp

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
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In shrimp feeds, a protein source with an adequate balance of amino acids is required to provide good growth performance. Recent results showed that up to 25% of dietary protein replacement with protein hydrolysates from poultry by-product and swine liver, as an alternative dietary protein source for the Pacific white shrimp can improve its growth. In 2017, the world’s production...

THE FUTURE OF FOOD from the sea

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
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Based on the question of how much food we can sustainably obtain from the sea by 2050, an analysis of the main food-producing sectors in the sea is presented: wild fisheries, finfish mariculture and bivalve mariculture. From this, encouraging curves emerge for sustainable supply, taking into account ecological, economic, regulatory, and technological limits. Human population growth, rising incomes and preference...

Economic feasibility study of aerators in aquaculture using life cycle costing (LCC) approach

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
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The selected aerator for aquaculture operations must be economically efficient and should be able to fulfil the requirement of oxygen supply in the pond water. Here we present a study of economic feasibility of nine different types of aerators using life cycle costing (LCC) approach. The recommended option can be implemented for any types of cultured species at any prevailing...

FAO 2022 – THE STATE OF WORLD FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE: KEY MESSAGE

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
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In the first quarter of this year, FAO presented the biennial report “SOFIA 2022” with the analysis and relevant conclusions of the information collected in 2020. In this article, Aquaculture Magazine editors summarize the “key messages” the World Agency is sending with this report. In the first quarter of this year, FAO presented the biennial report “SOFIA 2022” with the...