SeaBOS, a partnership between ten of the largest seafood companies in the world and leading sustainability scientists, is moving into the next phase to advance ocean stewardship.
Researchers found that fecal waste production, characteristics and recovery in European seabass are affected by dietary ingredient composition which has environmental implications.
The Roundtable will join companies from the entire marine ingredients value chain to improve and increase the availability of sustainable marine ingredients.
Planning for future product launches and new feed product concepts, BioMar’s salmon division appointed Marcel Huijsmans as divisional marketing director.
The company introduced IMMUNOBOOST, a new functional supplement to stimulate the immune system and reinforce protection against pathogens in more challenging periods.
Trends in aquaculture hatcheries: Feeds for shrimp hatcheries
Hatchery Feed & Management organized the webinar series Trends in aquaculture hatcheries focused on different topics of importance for hatcheries. In this webinar, Luk Van Nieuwenhove, Director of I&V Bio, Leandro Castro, Research Project Manager at Zeigler Bros, Jef Peeters, Global Product Manager Shrimp Hatcheries at BioMar, and Thomas Raynaud, Product Manager for Bernaqua/Epicore at ADM Animal Nutrition discussed different approaches to improve shrimp hatchery production through feeds.
Sponsored by I&V Bio and Zeigler.
Moderator: Cedric Simon, Aquaculture Nutrition & Production Systems Group Leader at CSIRO.More Information
- IFFO reports increased cumulative production of fishmeal and fish oil in 2021
- FEDIOL reports an increase in EU responsible soy sourcing
- IFIF strengthens its position despite the pandemic
- Cargill Aqua Nutrition unveils sustainability goals achieved in 2020
- IFEEDER 2020-21 annual update
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