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FEED Business Worldwide - January 2006Editorial Calendar 2019
Feeding Asia's aquaculture
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THE SEAS and waterways of Asia churn out 90 percent of the world's aquaculture. This resource needs to be kept alive.

In this FOCUS issue:
- Aquaculture production growth in Asia.
- How sustainability is closely tied to fish feed and fishmeal.
- The impact of fish farming on the production of fishmeal and fish oil.
- Will aquatic species diversity promote sustainability?
- The world's largest aquaculture producer, China, looks to address the issue of meeting fish feed demand in the long term.

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Editorial Lineup for 
Livestock &Feed Business Worldwide: September 2019
       
    
View Point:
  • To be advised 
 
Market:
  • Aquaculture

     - First Markets article

     - Second Markets article

     
China:
  • China Industry News

  • Feed Additives

  • Animal Health
 
Technical:
  • Vaccine Application

     - Industry overview

     - Alltech
 
Company:
  • Kemin:

  • Adisseo

  • Addcon
     
     
Agri-Tech:


  • To be advised 
 
Events:


  • To be advised
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