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Insects as animal feed: novel ingredients for use in pet, aquaculture and livestock diets.
DescriptionThis 138-paged book highlights the opportunity for the inclusion of insects into animal feed for livestock, pets, aquaculture and exotics. It also details the challenges which still need to be overcome to enable the global establishment of insect farming as a profitable and sustainable source of feed ingredients. The aim is to provide information to enable all interested parties to evaluate use of...
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Innovation articles.In this chapter, ten entrepreneurs who have led the establishment of their companies and are vigorously leading their development, share their motivations and insights. Hear from those who now lead international well-established enterprises to those who are emerging from the start-up or pilot phase and continue to work towards that first significant grant, or angel investment, that will enable them to take the first step to scale up.
Other chapters from this book
|Chapter: 1 (Page no: 1)||The challenges facing the feed industry. Author(s): Booth, A., O'Neill, H. M., Quigley, L.|
|Chapter: 2 (Page no: 8)||Which insect species and why? Author(s): Bjone, H., Fitches, E. C.|
|Chapter: 3 (Page no: 17)||Insect products, processing and safety. Author(s): Wakefield, M. E., Mason, S., Dickinson, M.|
|Chapter: 4 (Page no: 26)||Suitability of insects for animal feeding. Author(s): Hawkey, K., Brameld, J., Parr, T., Salter, A., Hall, H.|
|Chapter: 5 (Page no: 39)||Closing the loop with industrial insect farming. Author(s): Heckmann, L. H. L.|
|Chapter: 6 (Page no: 45)||Insect farming: the missing link in the circular economy. Author(s): Clark, W.|
|Chapter: 7 (Page no: 53)||Environmental impact of insect rearing. Author(s): Oonincx, D. G. A. B.|
|Chapter: 8 (Page no: 60)||By-products of insect rearing: insect residues as biofertilizers. Author(s): Bloukounon-Goubalan, A. Y., Saïdou, A., Clottey, V. A., Coulibaly, K., Erokotan, N., Obognon, N., Chabi, F., Chrysostome, C. A. A. M.|
|Chapter: 9 (Page no: 72)||Insect production and utilization of insect products in Asia. Author(s): Devic, E.|
|Chapter: 10 (Page no: 75)||Insect production and utilization of insect products in Africa. Author(s): Kenis, M., Pomalégni, S. C. B., Sankara, F., Nkegbe, E. K., Koko, G. K. D.|
|Chapter: 11 (Page no: 79)||Insect production and utilization of insect products in the USA and Canada. Author(s): Finke, M., Koutsos, L.|
|Chapter: 12 (Page no: 82)||Insect production and utilization of insect products in Europe. Author(s): Rojo, S.|
|Chapter: 14 (Page no: 106)||Legislation, policy and quality assurance. Author(s): McCulloch, J., Nelson, J.|
|Chapter: 15 (Page no: 116)||Global consumer perception of insects as feed. Author(s): Rumpold, B. A.|
|Chapter: 16 (Page no: 126)||The future of animal feeding. Author(s): Murta, D.|