Insects, bacteria, fish oil substitutes and peptides... feed innovation tracked over 24 months


As we hit the two year anniversary mark of our publication, we decided to have a trawl through our archives to find the most popular stories related to advances and breakthroughs in the development of feed additives. 

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US insect meal developer gets Darling Ingredients and Intrexon scale-up power behind it


US soy growers call on EU Commission to approve biotech feed crops

Feed Design Lab tries to unlock method to use wet materials like algae, fruit, vegetables and insect larvae be used in dry feed milling ©

Dutch team aims to make algae, insect larvae processing more cost effective for use in feed

PROteINSECT said its fish feeding trials demonstrated insect meal can replace up to 50% of feed without affecting animal performance.                                         Image ©

PROteINSECT: 'The process towards adoption of insect protein in feed (in the EU) is already underway'


USDA's management of GMO crops reviewed

'Plant-based catfish feed tends to have a high amount of phytic acid, it can have as much as 2.5% on a dry matter basis,' said Plant-based catfish feed tends to have a high amount of phytic acid, it can have as much as 2.5% on a dry matter basis, said Eric Peatman, School of Fisheries, Auburn University Image ©

US team explores use of phytase to help with disease mitigation in catfish


What do German efficiency and lysine producing bacteria have in common?


Bunge, TerraVia partnership ‘strikes’ fish oil


Evonik sees profitability gains in sustainable animal nutrition game

Black soldier fly © Enterra Feed Corporation

Enterra gets Canadian regulatory backing for insect larvae in chicken feed

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Momentum still there, says insect feed producers on EU policymaker regulatory action

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Feed industry: US biotech policy review needs to focus on international trade

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Alltech algae feed supplements find Canadian approval

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What fats offer the best response in salmon diets?

'With the first plant we plan to build, 15% of the current demand for EPA and DHA can be met.' © istock

DSM and Evonik to build $200m US plant for salmon feed targeted algae oil

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Algae-based DHA offers Chilean salmon producer way to boost sustainability

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Start-up targets EU with poultry feed additive product, lacking US market understanding

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