For the third consecutive year, Biorigin will be present at the most important shrimp farming and aquaculture fair in Brazil, Fenacam – the National Shrimp Fair, which will take place from the November 10 to 13 in Fortaleza, in the state of Ceara.
During the event, at its stand number 160, Biorigin will be presenting natural ingredient solutions indicated for the industry and for producers seeking to improve performance, health, and profitability. The highlight will be MacroGard, an intelligent modulating additive for the immune system, which functions according to the immune condition of each animal, reducing the risks and severity of diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, and parasites. A study shows that shrimps that have been given the MacroGard supplement presented a 66.6% higher survival rate after a challenge when compared with shrimps that have not been given the supplement.
Besides MacroGard, Biorigin will present other 100% natural ingredient solutions from its portfolio, designed for intestinal health and mycotoxin control as well as a nutritional supplement, a source of protein and energy.
According to the Feed Business Global Manager, Roberto Vituzzo, “Biorigin continually invests in the development of solutions for the shrimp and tropical fish industry, bringing to the market the expertise acquired through studies that show best results in survival rates, performance and resistance to disease, offering products that are 100% natural, effective and waste-free, such as MacroGard.”
Founded in 2003, the company mobilizes knowledge and technology, based on biotechnological processes, to develop innovative solutions in 100% natural ingredients for animal and human health and welfare.
Its animal nutrition portfolio includes 100% safe products, ensured by the total traceability of its production process (since the raw material supplied by Zilor), and quality guaranteed by certifications ISO 9001:2008, ISO 22000:2005, Kosher, Halal, GMP+B2 and HACCP certifications. For further information: www.biorigin.net
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