Fish feed can be made using ingredients that are more sustainable and environmentally friendly, such as plant-based protein sources (e.g. soy, peas) or insect meal (made from insects such as black soldier flies).
Fishmeal and fish oil are commonly used ingredients in fish feed, but their production can be resource-intensive and can contribute to overfishing. Using alternative protein sources can help to reduce the demand for fishmeal and fish oil.
Feed formulation techniques, such as ingredient selection and mixing, can be used to optimize the nutritional content of fish feed and reduce the amount of feed needed to produce a given amount of fish. This can help to reduce the environmental impact of fish farming.
The environmental impact of fish feed production should be considered throughout the entire production process, from ingredient sourcing to feed manufacturing and transport.
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