January 19, 2016
The latest models indicate that a strong El Niño will weaken with a transition to ENSO-neutral during the late spring or early summer, though the exact timing of the transition is difficult to predict.
For the full picture, read the latest ENSO advisory here.
Rabobank analyst on fishmeal's transition from commodity to strategic protein
Search on for new Marine Harvest feed plant site
Entobel partners to scale up its insect operations in Vietnam
Volac unveils new feed additives division
Corteva, Bunge partner to develop amino acid-enhanced soybeans
Aquasoja offers single feed for seabass and seabream late pre-on growing stage
Multi X launches 100% carbon-neutral certified salmon
ASC opens consultation on fish health and welfare and a new pike-perch module
World Economic Forum’s Blue Food Partnership launches roadmap to strengthen sustainable growth in aquaculture
Selko 2022 Mycotoxin Review: Regional and seasonal challenges may be considered by feed manufacturers
Cargill's world mycotoxin report: Contamination is the rule