Aqufeed.com and AFFB join forces
Aquafeed.com has teamed up with Aqua Feeds: Formulation & Beyond to make the aquafeed industry’s premiere magazine available to Aquafeed.com subscribers
Aqufeed.com and AFFB join forces
We are excited to announce that Aquafeed.com has teamed up with Aqua Feeds: Formulation & Beyond (AFFB), to make the aquafeed industry’s premiere magazine available to Aquafeed.com subscribers.
AFFB, edited by Dr. Victor Suresh, is renowned for its editorial excellence and sets the standard for aquafeed trade publications.
Produced as a print magazine since 2004, AFFB will now become entirely electronic, with a greatly increased circulation.
The first issue will be published at the end of June.
Contents June 2007:
The Story of Stay C
A fascinating story of scientific research and commercial application development that holds many lessons for anyone involved in commercial R&D unfolds as Dr. Victor Suresh, Editor of AFFB, interviews aquafeed consultant, Tim O’Keefe, on the development of Stay C, the stable form of vitamin C, now manufactured and sold by DSM.
Measuring protein quality in vitro
Daniel Lemos, Marine Aquaculture Laboratory (LAM) Oceanographic Institute, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Using hepatopancreas extracts from shrimp, protein digestibility of feeds and ingredients can be reliably measured bench top
Application of Enzymes in Aqua Feeds
Koushik Ghosh, Aquaculture Laboratory, Department of Zoology, The University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India and Pratap Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Waste Water Aquaculture Divisions of CIFA, Rahara, West Bengal, India
A summary of findings from studies on enzyme application in aquatic animal feeds and provide other useful information for those who want to consider using enzymes in feeds.
Acidifiers in Aqua Feeds: A Solution for Antibiotic-Free Feeding of Fish and Shrimp
Christian Lückstädt, BIOMIN Deutschland GmbH
Routine use of antibiotics as growth promoters is a matter of debate in the animal farming industry. The EU has banned all antibiotic growth promoters (AGP) from livestock production with effect of January 2006. Alternatives to AGP are sought in a variety of forms. Acidifiers consisting of organic acids and their salts present a promising alternative.
Examples of articles from some earlier issues:
Volume 3, Issue 2, 2006 ı Volume 3, Issue 1, 2006 ı Volume 2, Issue 4, 2005 Volume 2, Issue 3, 2005 ı Volume 2, Issue 2, 2005 ı Volume 2, Issue 1, 2005 Volume 1, Issue 4, 2004 ı Volume 1, Issue 3, 2004 ı Volume 1, Issue 2, 2004 Volume 1, Issue 1, 2004
Editorial plan 2007/8
Story of Stay C
In vitro digestibility
Feed safety: animal proteins
Feed safety: GMO
Shrimp feed sizes
Energy in aqua feeds
Fishmeal replacement: Focus on new products and applications
2. Animal proteins
3. Amino acids
4. Fish oil substitutes
5. Feeding effectors
1. Carotenoids in shrimp reproduction
2. Skin coloration in porgy
3. Understanding pigments and applications
1. Aqua feed industry in China
2. Aquatic animal nutrition research in China
3. China as a source of feed ingredients and additives
Recent developments in nutrition research
1. Warm water fish (Amazonian species)
2. Marine fish (Cod or halibut)
3. Novel species (Octopus)
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