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Novel feeding strategy boosts fish farmers’ incomes by 22 percent

Published on
August 11, 2021

Using low quality feeds that target both farmed fish and the organisms in the ponds that they’re raised in can reduce costs and improve performance.

So concludes a study by Wageningen University and WorldFish, which aimed to establish more economical ways of increasing aquaculture yields, as a means to alleviate poverty and increase food security in Africa and Asia. In particular they looked at feeds that not only target the fish but also the pond organisms that help break down waste and produce natural feed for the fish.

Read more at The Fish Site or read the article of Wageningen University