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Accelerating performance of marine RAS nurseries

RAS expands towards marine nurseries and this asks for special attention on specific properties of the feed, such as faeces stability. BioMar presents LARVIVA ORBIT, its new aquafeed specially developed for marine RAS nurseries. LARVIVA ORBIT is planned to be available on the market in the first quarter of 2020. From spring 2020, sea bass and sea bream hatcheries will have access to ORBIT feeds specifically designed for prolonging the growth of fry in land-based facilities before transfer to sea cages.

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Groundbreaking concept for the next generation of aquafeeds

BioMar EMEA launches the P 3.0 Concept, moving feed formulation one step further by providing fish farmers with feeds adapted to varying market situations and final fish products to maximise their farm economy.

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BioMar is creating solutions targeted towards consumers

BioMar has completed the testing of insect meal in feeds for aquaculture and believe it shows promise as an alternative protein source. This is one among many other novel ingredients like algae oil or single cell proteins that BioMar has been investigating. BioMar believes these raw materials can address some of the needs of the market and are now eager to speed up their adoption through the creation of innovative feed solutions targeting the needs of seafood consumers.

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Expanding R&D capabilities

BioMar Group increases its research capabilities with the opening of its Aquaculture Technology Centre in Ecuador. The ATC is a state-of-the-art trial facility dedicated to the full lifecycle of shrimp, with the most advanced technology for shrimp research in Ecuador.

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Serious feeds for serious challenges

Following new research results, BioMar has updated its well-known product range for stressful conditions EFICO Plus 805 that mainly target sea bream and sea bass.

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Aquaculture feeds - smarter than ever

At the High Energy Mariculture Conference 2018, 17-19 October, Corfu, BioMar will give a presentation on high performing fish feeds for Mediterranean species.

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Boosting the aquaculture business to the next level

A new innovative software tool for targeting an improved environmental footprint and optimising processes in fish farming may soon be able to boost the aquaculture business to a new level. This is the aim of a new project launch by leaders in aquaculture innovation in Denmark that combines a higher degree of knowledge sharing, better research and optimized production follow up.

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Sea Bream: Enhanced feeding recommendations and seasonal feed programs

BioMar’s recent research confirms and expands the knowledge about the effects of temperature on sea bream performance. The findings will soon be applied in our feeding recommendations for sea bream, in the BioMar Feeding Tool and in a complete seasonal feed program for sea bream.

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BioMar supports industry moves for changes in Antarctic krill harvesting suggested by Greenpeace

Representatives from the seafood industry, including BioMar, and conservation groups have agreed to support the creation of marine protected areas, including large no-fishing zones in the Antarctic. The Greenpeace led retailer roundtable event was held in conjunction with their Antarctic 360 event in Cambridge, UK, attended by scientists and Oscar-winning actor Javier Bardem, who joined Greenpeace’s expedition to the Antarctic in January 2018.

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BioMar expands their R&D capabilities in the Hatchery feed sector

BioMar has increased its research capabilities in hatchery with an expansion of its Aquaculture Technology Centre, ATC Hirtshals facility in Denmark. BioMar has now opened a state-of-the-art marine fish larval trial unit that not only allows for larval rearing but also the production of live feed.

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Boosting resistance, the sooner, the better

BioMar expands its range of Forte functional feeds for stressful periods in sea bream farming with the inclusion of INICIO Forte in 1.5 mm.

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Sophisticated hatchery products for demanding fish

Reflecting customers' demands, BioMar's high quality LARVIVA and INICIO Plus M products for feeding of the highly demanding fish larvae and fry now come in two recommended lines to fit the different hatcheries' goals and strategies and in new packaging. Furthermore, BioMar's broodstock feeds for marine fish species farmed in the Mediterranean area have been added to the LARVIVA product range.

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