[UK] Growing up in west Clare, John O’Doherty remembers his father feeding carrageen seaweed to calves. “We laughed as he Continue reading UCD professor researches effects of adding seaweed to pigs’ diet
[USA] David Newman, an animal sciences professor at Arkansas State University, upholds the scientific method. When he wants to Continue reading Can seaweed make beef healthier—and way greener?
[Australia] Australian pork producers are increasingly adopting covered anaerobic lagoons to manage greenhouse gas (GHG) Continue reading Algal biogas research benefits Australian pork production
[USA] A feed ingredient product made of blended types of seaweed may offer an immunity boost to swine raised without antibiotics. Continue reading US sees introduction of seaweed-based ingredient aimed at boosting gut health in pigs
[France] Algae are known to be a feed ingredient as well as a feed additive – but it doesn’t stop there. French researchers have used Continue reading Algae can become new pig enrichment material
[UK] Antibiotic resistance is no laughing matter. Last week the United Nations met in a special session to discuss what members Continue reading Little pig, have you had your seaweed today?
[Italy, France] Seaweed – in what role can it be successfully applied in pig diets? A recent scientific overview points to their role as additives for their potential effects for pig health and meat quality. Continue reading Seaweeds in pig diets: Meat and health effects
[USA] Algae is a casual term that has historically been used to classify organisms that live in water and perform photosynthesis. Continue reading University of Minnesota: Feeding algae to pigs
Algae grown on pig slurry could be turned into a source of food for the animals, if a West Australian research project is successful.
Murdoch University researchers are working on the project, which has Continue reading Algae grown on pig slurry could turned into food source for animals