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Applications of Insect Frass in Agriculture
Conventional sources of protein production encounter many challenges and not sustainable in the long run. Alternative protein sources are becoming necessary to meet the increasing demands of food and feed globally. Insect-protein based food and feed production is an innovative and sustainable method which has much lower environmental impact and carbon footprint. Insects consume the...
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Vertical Farming and It’s Rising Opportunities in Insect Cultivation
Insect Farming is an innovative yet sustainable method of agriculture. Farming edible insects like black soldier flies, crickets or other species for human consumption as well as animal feeds is gaining tremendous popularity these days. Insects are an integral part of food chain. The role played by insects to contribute to a zero-waste society is...
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What are the steps to start a successful fish farming business 
            Aquaculture is the method of farming fish and other marine organisms for food or other resources. It involves the raising of many species in controlled freshwater or ocean water environments. Cultivation of various species includes Arowana, Oscar, salmon, tilapia, sardines, catfish, catla, rohu, prawns, carps, cod etc.   The fisheries and...
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World Food Day
World Food Day is celebrated on October 16 each year commemorating the founding of Food and Agriculture Organization in 1945. The idea of celebrating a day in particular for food was first suggested by Dr. Pal Romany, the former Hungarian minister of Agriculture and Food, in 1979 at the 20th general conference of the Food...
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Insects as a component in feed–a global scenario 
With the world witnessing a trend of increasing animal feed prices each year, it is becoming essential to find possible replacements for the conventional feed products. Livestock farming, aquaculture and aviculture are largely depending on feeds like fish meal, soymeal, maize and other grains as their major protein source. The cultivation of these crops results...
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Achieving net zero emissions through sustainability and alternative protein
It is estimated that agriculture and food production contribute approximately one-quarter of the total greenhouse gas emissions. (World Watch Institute, 2009; IPCC, 2014). Half of this can be connected to protein production in food sector. Enormous amount of biodiversity loss is also associated to today’s food production sector which includes livestock farming and inefficient food...
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What Are The Challenges Faced By Poultry Farmers And How We Help?
Due to the increase in global population, there arise an increase in the global food and feed demand. Agricultural production, livestock farming and poultry farming has experienced considerable development in the last few years in order to meet this increased demand. The consumption of chicken and eggs has also been increased to make up the...
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Insect Protein For Modern Societies
An ever-increasing global population and rising demands for foods and feeds poses a challenge to global food security. The requirement for ingredients for animal feed products have drastically increased which results in scarcity of resources. The conventional feed production has much environmental impact including greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, more natural habitats converted to agricultural land,...
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Conventional Feed Production and it’s Impacts
Livestock Farming is an important source of income in developing countries mainly in rural and semi-urban areas. This includes raising animals like cattle, buffalo, sheep, pig, hen, duck, quail, turkey for production of egg, milk, meat, wool etc. Aquaculture is also gaining popularity these days. Livestock and poultry farming is an integral part of agriculture...
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