Algae discovery means pig waste could provide more for farms

Published on: 05/27/2015
Source : Pork CRC

Murdoch University researchers are investigating whether the effluent from piggeries can be effectively treated with micro and macroalgae so that species of the organism can be safely fed back to pigs. The Cooperative Research Centre for High Integrity Australian Pork (Pork CRC) has invested $300,000 with the Algae Research and Development Centre at Murdoch University to investigate the proposals...

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Mokoele Mokoele
Bsc agric, BVSc and Med Vet
May 27, 2015
interesting discovery
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