[Australia] In spite of the growing popularity of veganism and plant-based meat alternatives, humans remain massive consumers of Continue reading The fish farmer growing seaweed to feed cows and save the planet
[Canada] News that a slight dietary change could dramatically reduce the amount of environmentally harmful methane gas Continue reading Seaweed shown to reduce 99% methane from cattle
[Australia] Cattle on a CSIRO research station are being fed a mix of grain and seaweed to see if eating algae drastically reduces methane Continue reading Seaweed-fed cows could solve livestock industry’s methane problems
[EU] To feed the increasing world population we need to increase food production. But the feed industry can help as well to make sure Continue reading A protein revolution with novel feed sources
[France] Seaweed, whether they are green, red or brown, are an abundant, under-used resource in helping reducing the use of Continue reading The use of seaweed extract in cattle feed
[India] Pollution enters the food chain in multiple ways. If untreated sewage in lakes and river streams contaminates the water that irrigates vegetable farms, poorly managed solid waste could be equally dangerous. Continue reading Fishkill and plastic-eating cows
[Australia] Integrating native plants in pastures and feeding red macro-algae as a supplement have been identified as Continue reading Methane reduction gains made with sheep and cattle
[USA] Health-conscious consumers might be persuaded to eat more beef if it was fortified with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids naturally found in salmon and walnuts, according to researchers and some ranchers who are feeding cattle flaxseed — Continue reading Research beefing up steaks, hamburgers with healthy omega-3s
[USA] Algae coproducts may be a viable option to replace corn in cattle feed say researchers with Iowa State University.
The researchers tested use of algae meal as part of a regular diet for cattle in Continue reading Could algae meal replace corn-based feed?
[USA] Algae are organisms so environmentally adaptable that they flourish in wastelands, sewage and saline bodies of water. They can grow in high densities, in the dark and in the presence of high concentrations of nitrogen and phosphates. Continue reading Microalgae byproduct as a feedstuff for grower steers