Algae meal tested as feedstuff for growing steers

Algae meal tested as feedstuff for growing steers

ALGAE is so environmentally adaptable that it can flourish in wastelands, sewage and saline bodies of water; it can grow in high densities, in the dark and in the presence of high concentrations of nitrogen and phosphates.

Harnessing the adaptive power of algae is a relatively new research field. Engineers have developed algal biofuels, food additives and skincare products. Livestock scientists see its potential as a sustainable, high-energy feedst

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