The company will support the country’s strategy to develop commercial salmon farming with its high-end RAS technology.
The facilities, run by the regional government, aim to produce six million fingerlings per year for local aquaculture farms.
The company aims to bring innovative products and solutions to the local market for the cold and warm-water fish segments.
An initial study testing the effects of hyper-antioxidant technologies on oxidation and fish health in RAS shows improved welfare scores, fewer inflammatory gill lesions and reduced early maturation.
Trends in aquaculture hatcheries: Feeds for shrimp hatcheries
Hatchery Feed & Management has been organizing 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, discuss 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.
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- Global seaweeds and microalgae production
- Welfare in aquaculture: drivers, trends and best practice
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