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Wheat gluten valued for digestibility, protein content
Vital wheat gluten is a good alternative to fish meal, animal meals, blood plasma and soy protein concentrates in animal feed.
Novel alternatives take lead as future fishmeal replacement
Learn why decades of projected aquaculture growth has produced a variety of sustainable alternative ingredients for aquafeed.
Animal Feed Regulations & Safety
Cultivated meat touts enhanced food safety, pathogen control
Learn why cultivated meat holds promise for consumers seeking animal protein alternatives and sustainable agriculture solutions.
Animal Feed for Thought
The truth about cultivated meat and why you should care
Learn how cultivated meat technology may realistically challenge traditional animal meat production sooner than you think.
Biotech firm turns CO2 into protein for animal feeds
U.K.-based Deep Branch says its powdered single-cell protein product contains more protein than many soybean meals.
Pea protein in animal feed slowly gaining popularity
While more expensive, pea protein is a great alternative to soy because of its nutrition, handling and sustainability qualities.
Feed Ingredient Insights
Critical points for alternative protein sources in broilers
Alternative sources of protein are often sought out to replace soybean meal in animal diets.
Chinese researchers create feed from carbon monoxide
Single-cell protein, Clostridium autoethanogenum, has been approved by China’s Ministry of Agriculture for use in animal feed.
Companies plan launch, expansion of single-cell proteins
A half-dozen producers of single-cell proteins say they plan to expand their capacity and launch new animal feed products in 2021.
Peas are worth considering as a major protein source
Peas offer a unique advantage, as they are an intermediate between cereals and most protein sources.
5 types of alternative proteins for animal feeds
Find out more about alternative sources that are being used increasingly, such as insects, yeast derivatives, single-cell protein, algae and pea protein.
Animal Nutrition Views
Will I consume plant protein-based alternatives?
I keep reading about “egg-free eggs,” “milk and butter minus the cows” and “plant-based or cultured meat.”
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