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The good, bad and ugly of aqua gut health

Good nutrition is crucial for digestive health, especially in farmed fish, who may be potentially exposed to more disruptive microorganisms.

The recirculating aquaculture system: A more sustainable future for aquaculture

Gijs Rutjes, technical sales support manager at Coppens International, joins us to discuss the benefits — and challenges — of a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS), and offers his advice for producers as they consider implementing the…

For salmon’s sake: Seeking solutions to sea lice

Whether you are a commercial producer of Atlantic salmon, an aquaculture research scientist or a consumer with a fondness for the fish, Lepeophtheirus salmonis matters.

High levels of mycotoxins in 2017 harvests: Can you safeguard your animals and salvage your feeds?

Silage samples from across the U.S., Canada and Europe have shown high levels of mycotoxins, according to the Alltech 2017 Harvest Analysis.

Farming the future: What's on the horizon?

Farming the future: What's on the horizon?

The following is an edited transcript of Tom Martin’s discussion with a panel of experts on the future of farming. Click below to hear the full discussion:

ACE-ing sustainability: Part II, "A" is for animal

ACE-ing sustainability: Part II, "A" is for animal

A 20th century vision that was ahead of its time remains so today, some 30 years after its conception: The Alltech ACE principle is a corporate “North Star,” serving as a guide to a more sustainabl

Ronald Faber: Aquaculture and the algae advantage

The following is an edited transcript of Tom Martin’s interview with Ronald Faber of Coppens International, an Alltech Company. Ronald has since been promoted to managing director.

What are they thinking?

Documenting trends is the closest thing in business to peering into a crystal ball.