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Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production

Krishen J. Rana

Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production

by Krishen J. Rana

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic aspects,
  • Aquaculture

  • About the Edition

    It is now widely recognized that the rising demand for aquatic products will have to be met by aquaculture. The future of aquaculture will depend on how well it meets this challenge. The contribution of aquaculture to total fishery products (excluding plants), globally, has steadily increased from 4 percent in 1970 to 36 percent in 2006 and is continuing to increase. The growing importance of aquaculture in overcoming production limits of capture fisheries can be judged from the fact that China"s 2004 aquaculture production was about 70 percent of its total fisheries production. By 2020, global aquaculture is expected to contribute about 120-130 million tonnes of fish to meet projected demands. The types of species/species groups dominating fed aquaculture production and the recent focus to increase and intensify production of crustaceans, marine finfish, and diadromous fishes, reflects a tendency to increasing reliance on aquafeeds, for their production, and particularly commercial diets. It is, therefore, crucial that aquaculture is sustainable and that the resources required for promoting aquaculture are secured. Key resources required to meet this challenge are aquafeeds and the ingredients used in their production. These resources, together with high transportation costs as a result of costly energy, form the central part of this study. Fed aquaculture relies on a basket of common input ingredients such as soybean, corn, fishmeal, fish oil, rice and wheat, for which it competes in the marketplace with the animal husbandry sector as well as with use for direct human consumption. Many of these key ingredients traditionally used in recipes for commercial or on-farm aquaculture feeds are internationally traded commodities. Therefore, aquafeed production is also subjected to any common global market shocks and volatility. Since 2005, the basket commodity price index (CPI) rose by about 50 percent and the prices of soybean meal, fishmeal, corn and wheat rose by 67, 55, 284, 225 and 180 percent, respectively. Similarly, the cost of major oils used in the aquafeed industry has increased by up to 250 percent. The aquaculture industry is, therefore, not immune to this global phenomenon and the major concern is how it will impact aquaculture. Specifically, smallholders and rural farmers may particularly be susceptible to these global changes and the fallout may further contribute to their poverty and vulnerability. Considering such developments, this technical review evaluates the underlying reasons for the recent dramatic rise in prices of these commodities used in aquafeed production and its consequences for the aquafeed industry and, in particular, on demand and expectations from aquaculture in securing current and future fish supplies. This technical paper also discusses issues related to availability of and access to land and water resources, and the impact of other sectors using these resources on the direction of aquaculture both in terms of species produced and the production systems. In the light of probable increase in competition for land and water in many aquaculture producing countries in Asia, there will inevitably be increasing pressure to intensify aquaculture productivity through the use of more commercial feeds than farm-made feeds. Urbanization has influenced both the level and distribution of income and dietary habits which are driving upwards the demand for high-value fish species with significant implications for feed supplies. Due to the increasing prices of ingredients, aquafeed prices, especially the prices of compound aquafeeds, may increase further and a shortfall in the local supplies will compel importation of aquafeeds. Of the ingredients, fishmeal and fish oil are highly favoured for aquafeeds and aquafeed production is under increasing pressure due to limited supplies and increasing price of fishmeal and fish oil. This review also outlines initiatives that are searching for substitutes for fishmeal and fish oil so as to position the industry to meet the challenge of securing aquafeed for sustaining aquaculture. To regulate the rising commodity prices would require governmental interventions. A brief overview of coping strategies to strengthen national capacity to address the issue of aquafeed supply and to mitigate rising prices of aquafeed ingredient is given. These strategies include policies, research and private sector and farmers" initiatives.

    Edition Notes

    StatementKrishen J. Rana, Sunil Siriwardena and Mohammad R. Hasan
    SeriesFAO fisheries and aquaculture technical paper -- 541
    ContributionsSiriwardena, Sunil, Hasan, Mohammad R., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH153.7 .R36 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 63 p. :
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25169825M
    ISBN 109251064229
    ISBN 109789251064221
    LC Control Number2010499223
    OCLC/WorldCa654315721

    To provide for the protein and oils in aquaculture feed, alternatives sources have been sought to replace fish meal and fish oil, whether partially or totally. The need for alternative feed ingredients is underlined by the rising cost of fish meal and fish oil. Already, feeds can account for over 50% of the production cost in fish farms.   China is the world’s leading aquaculture producer and thus consumer of aquafeeds. The sector showed CAGR of % over the year period (–, Figure ).The estimates on total aquafeed production were higher than the production of million tonnes in (CAPPMA, ).This includes about , tonnes of moist feeds, mainly for eel production.

      Fishmeal and fish oil production cannot sustain the growing aquaculture industry, which is forecasted to grow dramatically over the next 2 decades. . Growth in Aquaculture Production. Increase in Awareness Regarding Scientific Feeding of Aquaculture Species. Market Restraints. Increase in Cost of Raw Materials. Disease Outbreaks in Major Markets. Industry Attractiveness - Porter's Five Force Analysis. Threat of New Entrants. Bargaining Power of.

    The global aquafeed additives market size was valued at USD billion in and is expected to grow at a CAGR of % over the forecast period. Aquafeed additives, such as palatants and feed acidifiers, in the cultivation of several species, such as carp, tilapia, salmon, and catfish, especially in the emerging economies, are witnessing an ascending demand.   Aquaculture is the fastest-growing sector in the food animal industry. The global human population will eat 30 million tons of fish by , according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture.


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FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper. Rome, FAO. 63p. Abstract. It is now widely recognized that the rising demand for aquatic products will have to be met by aquaculture. The future of aquaculture will depend on how well it meets this. Buy Impact Of Rising Feed Ingredient Prices On Aquafeeds And Aquaculture Production: FAO Fisheries And Aquaculture Technical Papers No.

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The future of aquaculture will depend on how well it meets this challenge. Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production ISSN 9 2 5 1 0 6 4 2 2 1 IE/1// ISBN ISSN Cover photograph: Harvest of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) from a freshwater pond, Jamalpur, Bangladesh, The present technical paper investigates and evaluates the underlying reasons for the recent dramatic rise in prices of many of the commodities (e.g., soybean, corn, fishmeal, fish oil, rice and wheat) used in aquafeed production and its consequences for the aquafeed industry, and in particular, on demand and expectations from aquaculture in securing current and future fish supplies with.

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The next section of an FAO report looking at the impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production, looks at types and composition of aquafeeds used in Western Europe and Asia. Written by Krishen Rana, University of Stirling, UK and Mohammad Hasan, Fisheries and Aquaculture Management Division, FAO.

Impact of Rising Feed Ingredient Prices on Aquafeeds and Aquaculture Production As feed is the largest single cost item in aquaculture production, and formulating aquaculture feed requires many combinations of several ingredients and nutrient requirements, this book takes a clear-and -concise approach, providing essential information on.

In most major aquafeed–based intensive aquaculture production systems there is a high reliance on nutritionally balanced complete aquafeeds. In situations wher. Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production - part 1. I In. Others / Nov 9, / 64 views Share. Embed.

Fullscreen. Donate. Report Share on LinkedIn; Send email; View again. Share Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production - part 1. The activities under the study entitled “Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production” were undertaken in response to the soaring increase in food (particularly cereal grain) prices all over the world during – and was partially funded by Norway Programme Cooperation Agreement prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production.

FAO Fisheries and Impact of Rising Feed Ingredient Prices on Aquafeeds and Aquaculture Production. Book. Full-text available. Jan. Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production: Technical report: Rana and Hasan Utilization of plant proteins in fish diets: effects of global demand and supplies of fish meal: Journal article: Hardy Demand and supply of feed ingredients for farmed fish and crustaceans: Technical report: Tacon et al.

Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production Technical report Rana and Hasan Utilization of plant proteins in fish diets: effects of global demand and supplies of fish meal Journal article Hardy Demand and supply of feed ingredients for farmed fish and crustaceans Technical report Tacon et al.

Impact of Rising Feed Ingredient Prices on Aquafeeds and Aquaculture Production. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper Rome: FAO.

- Serving the information needs of more t aquafeed professionals in more than countries, since Commercial Aquaculture Feed Production (Floating Feeds) Kurt A.

Rosentrater, Ph.D. Producing Quality Aquafeeds Several key variables Raw ingredients Processing conditions Final products + Theoretical considerations.

Key Variables Raw Ingredient Properties Composition Protein, lipid, fiber, starch, ash, AA profile, FA profile, etc. Particle. Aquafeeds: The culture of aquatic animals, particularly fish culture has undergone dramatic worldwide growth in the last few years.

The aquaculture production is the fastest growing food production industry in the world & approximately 50% of all fish consumed by humans is from aquaculture.

Nutrition plays an essential role in improving animal. Rana KJ, Siriwardena S, Hasan MR () Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production, FAO fisheries and aquaculture technical paper FAO, Rome Google Scholar Rossi R () Least-cost formulation software: an introduction.

Feed costs make up more than 50% of production costs in aquaculture, and requirements for highly nutrient-dense feeds likely influence prices of some farmed seafood even though FCRs are low. Unfed aquaculture, including aquatic plants and certain shellfish, represents a critical opportunity to expand production of highly nutritious human food.The cost of such transportation also escalated due to rising fuel prices, doubling from USD 6 per miles in January to more than USD 12 per miles in July Increasing demand has also led to the global rise in fishmeal prices; fishmeal makes up nearly 50 percent of the total feed cost.Impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production by Krishen J Rana, Sunil Siriwardena and Mohammad R Hasan The first article in a series, taken from a new.