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We are dedicated to innovating aquaculture feeds - it is the totality of our business. Our high performance and sustainable diets are created for a range of different fish and shrimp species around the world.

Powered by Partnership. Driven by Innovation.

BioMar stands out as a leader in the aquaculture industry due to our specialised approach to crafting feeds tailored to the needs of our customers. We understand the unique nutritional requirements at different growth stages, in various production systems and environmental conditions for each species. This ensures that our feeds are formulated to optimise health and performance.

Our added value goes beyond providing feeds. We believe in mutually beneficial partnerships that foster collaborative relationships with farmers and organisations across the entire value chain. Our commitment to innovation ensures that our partners receive cutting-edge solutions and technical support to drive a sustainable and efficient aquaculture industry.

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      Face your challenges!

      The young generation of eel farmers is energetic and proud.

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      Supporting “Blue Food, Green Solutions” at Aqua 2024

      BioMar supports paving the way towards Blue Food and Green Solutions by being the Gold Sponsor of the AQUA 2024 event.

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      Life is always risky

      Exploiting the potential of fish farming is complex.

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      Smart Upcycling - Reducing nutrient waste improves carbon footprint

      Innovation within circular marine supply chains is reducing BioMar’s carbon footprint. BioMar’s continuous improvement on reducing wild caught fish in our aquafeeds has launched several new partnerships and investments in the circular economy.

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      I am proud of my own product!

      Chris Huisman was not born into fish farming.

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      Flexibility is an absolute must

      The young generation of fish farmers is fully aware that it requires a flexible and entrepreneurial belief to cope with the ups and downs that come with animal husbandry.

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      Always keep moving forward

      Fish farming in difficult times requires an open mindset based on agility and flexibility.

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      You must be crazy to farm eel!

      Young fish farmers have an optimistic approach to their endeavours. Jan Götting is one of them.

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      Initiatives for the preservation of European eel

      Artificial reproduction of European eel has not yet been successful in scalable volumes.

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      Does iron supplementation improve post-smolts Atlantic salmon performance and health in today’s practical diets?

      Iron (Fe) is a crucial trace mineral involved in various biochemical processes in fish. For Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.), the dietary iron requirement ranges from 60 to 160 mg/kg. However, these requirements were established using purified diets with highly bioavailable iron forms, and may not reflect the needs in practical diets where interactions with antinutrients such as phytate can affect iron bioavailability.

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      Effect of different crude protein and lipid levels on growth and feed conversion in Yellowtail Kingfish.

      Yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi) is a highly valued marine species known for its rapid growth and high market price. Predominantly farmed in sea cages in regions such as Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Mexico, this species is now being explored for recirculating aquaculture systems in Europe and the USA.

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      Bacillus supplementation boost Whiteleg Shrimp performance and resistance to osmotic shock and Vibrio parahaemolyticus

      The shrimp aquaculture industry faces significant challenges due to suboptimal culture conditions and susceptibility to opportunistic pathogens like Vibrio parahaemolyticus. Given the underdeveloped immune system of shrimp, these factors can lead to high mortality rates and economic losses.

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