Soaring fishmeal prices make algae more appetizing

Jason Holland writes in SeafoodSounce.com that the ability of marine and freshwater algae to produce omega-3 oils makes them increasingly suitable for replacing price volatile fish oil and fishmeal products, especially aquaculture feeds. The fish and shrimp farming sectors have been experiencing significant…

NMSU Feeding Algae, Cottonseed to Shrimp

Researchers at New Mexico State University, in Las Cruces, are researching whether a mix of algae and cottonseed meal can make it economically viable for farmers to grow shrimp in the Desert Southwest…