Aquaculture is the fastest-growing sector of food production. Global fish consumption has nearly doubled in the last 40 years. The Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) partnered with Battelle and Kentucky State University to develop and evaluate a new technology that could revolutionize the modern aquaculture (“fish farming”) industry. The technology completely removes non-digestible carbohydrates (oligosaccharides) without
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The U.S. roofing industry produces more than 12.5 billion square feet of shingles each year. At the same time, the industry generates around 11 million tons of waste from tearing off shingle roofs that have passed their useful life. While many roofing companies are happy to simply continue replacing roofs, Mike and Todd Feazel decided
3Bar Biologics process lets farmers grow their own microbes Researchers have known for years that certain soil bacteria can enhance crop production, but some of those beneficial bacteria don’t fare well if they’re dried on seeds or mixed into liquid solutions and stored for months in a warehouse. “You’re going to have a lot of
Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) board member John Motter was elected yesterday to lead the national United Soybean Board as its 26th chair. He previously served on the USB executive committee as vice chair and treasurer and has been a board member for eight years. This is the first time since USB was created in 1991