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Aquaculture Expertise

For over a decade, BIOMIN has built up a team of aquaculture experts covering a wide range of disciplines from nutrition to health and immunology. BIOMIN aquaculture experts have practical experience in a range of species, from warm-water fish and shrimp to cold-water fish. This multi-disciplinary team is part of a team working towards continuous innovation in animal nutrition at BIOMIN, bringing products and solutions that address pressing needs in aquaculture while preparing the industry to face the challenges of tomorrow.

Mycotoxins

In aquaculture production, mycotoxins, among other factors, will affect growth performance, feed efficiency and disease resistance, with obvious economic losses for producers.

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Gut Health Management

Aquaculture production faces the challenge of having to achieve higher levels of productivity while delivering high-quality products that meet world demands. The transformation of feed into biomass gain is a process that starts in the digestive system of the animal. As such, the health status of the animal and its digestive functionality correlate directly with farm profits.

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Feed Efficiency & Performance

In the context of limited feed raw materials and high prices, it is important to optimize feed conversion ratios to achieve more efficient production. Maintaining a well-functioning digestive system is essential for the well-being and top performance of fish and shrimp.

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Pond Management & Bioremediation

Good pond management is a key aspect of profitable production. Each water quality parameter can directly affect animal health. Exposing shrimp and fish to inappropriate levels of dissolved oxygen, ammonia, nitrite or hydrogen sulfide can lead to stress and diseases.

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Immunomodulation

Immune modulators such as yeast derivatives have been recognized as promising supplements that potentially aid disease prevention in farmed aquatic species. These substances increase disease resistance by regulating the host defense mechanism against opportunistic pathogens present in the surrounding environment.

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Aquaculture Media

Science & Solutions Special Issue: R&D

In this issue: Two Advanced Tools for Understanding Antimicrobial Resistance; Next-Generation Sequencing Reveals Links Between Nutrition and Genes; 3 Keys to Ensuring Proper Active Substance Delivery;...

3 Keys to Ensuring Proper Active Substance Delivery

Achieving homogenous distribution, thermostability and controlled release are all necessary for proper formulation of an effective feed additive.

Next-Generation Sequencing Reveals Links Between Nutrition and Genes

RNA sequencing tools create new possibilities for understanding animal growth, health and performance.

Two Advanced Tools for Understanding Antimicrobial Resistance

EPI assays and qPCR are two of several tools that BIOMIN scientists and researchers use to better understand and potentially combat the mechanisms of antibiotic resistance.

Science & Solutions No. 50 - Aquaculture

In this issue: Feed Innovation Success for BIOMIN in Fish-Free Feed Competition; Phytogenics Deliver Better Performance in Low Fishmeal Shrimp Diets; Worldwide Mycotoxin Occurrence in Plant Meals: A...

Worldwide Mycotoxin Occurrence in Plant Meals: A Real Risk to Aquaculture Development?

Awarded ‘best poster by a PhD student’ at Aquaculture Europe 2017, held from 17-20 October in Dubrovnik, Croatia, a team of BIOMIN experts, led by Rui Gonçalves, reveal the potential economic...

Phytogenics Deliver Better Performance in Low Fishmeal Shrimp Diets

In an effort to reduce costly, less sustainable fishmeal in aquafeeds, many producers are seeking more economical, alternative protein sources. Fishmeal reduction alone can compromise growth...


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