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Preventive feed additive strategies to reduce the impact of co-infections in tilapia and shrimp

Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Co-infections are extremely common in aquatic animals and, therefore, in aquaculture. Co-infections bacteria + virus and bacteria + parasite are very common both in tilapia and shrimp farming, having devastating effects worldwide in a broad range of farming scales and systems. 

Ruth Garcia Gomez, BDM Aquatic Health and Farm Care APAC/ISC at Adisseo, will report on the development of preventive feed additive strategies to minimize the impact of common co-infections in tilapia and whiteleg shrimp at Towards Sustainable Aquafeed conference that will take place on September 7, 2022 at VICTAM Asia and Health & Nutrition Asia in Bangkok, Thailand. 

Ten presentations will focus on recent developments for aquafeed producers and practical steps for more sustainable and profitable aquafeed and aquaculture production.

Check out the full program below or here. Pre-registration is required for this conference. First register for VICTAM Asia and Health & Nutrition Asia and then select the right conference.

 

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