HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii may soon be getting trailers that can produce 1,500 pounds of organic grass each day for livestock, or rapidly grown vegetables and tilapia for human consumption.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser says the World Eco Source Corp. is a subsidiary of Nevada-based PacWest Equities Inc. It has chosen K. Hill Livestock as its exclusive dealer for the state of Hawaii.
The World Eco Source MobileFeed units are designed to produce livestock feed that the company says can lower traditional feed costs by 200 percent. The units combine aquaponic technology for rapid production of vegetables and fish on what World Eco Source says is commercially feasible.