Skip to main content

Aquaculture Articles

8 digital innovations disrupting agriculture

8 digital innovations disrupting agriculture

Eight digital disruptions are driving the next agriculture revolution.

Coppens International unveils breakthrough aquatic feed innovations for 2017

[HELMOND, the Netherlands] – 2016 was a busy year for Coppens International, an Alltech company and leading international aquatic feed solutions provider.

Living in the age of the prosumer

Living in the age of the prosumer

The following is an excerpt from a post by Chief Innovation Officer Aidan Connolly on LinkedIn.

Picture of feed and meat.

Following the pig feed to the pork chop

It is well known that feed costs represent the biggest input for producers — up to 70 percent of the production costs.

The enzyme evolution in animal feed

The enzyme evolution in animal feed

Even though the first exogenous enzyme was synthesized in 1969, enzymes in animal nutrition have been used in animal nutrition for less than 30 years.

Alltech acquires Coppens International, an innovative aquatic feed and nutrition company

[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – Alltech has acquired Coppens International, a leading international aquatic feed solutions company in the Netherlands.

Fish feed findings: Alltech’s 1st global aquaculture feed production survey

Fish feed findings: Alltech’s 1st global aquaculture feed production survey

Following our annual Global Feed Survey, we decided to dive a little deeper into aquaculture this year and produce our first Aq

Alltech & Masterfeeds: In Good Company

Alltech & Masterfeeds: In Good Company

In advance of the closing of Alltech’s acquisition of Canadian feed company Masterfeeds, we sat down with our president Dr.

From People to Pets: Addressing the Problem of Insulin Resistance/Diabetes with Algae

From People to Pets: Addressing the Problem of Insulin Resistance/Diabetes with Algae

According to the American Diabetes Association, 90-95% of Americans diagnosed with diabetes have Type 2 Diabetes, and an adult diagnosed with diabetes dies an average of six years earlier than a co