Friday, October 19, 2018

Global aquafeed market to witness high growth advancement during 2018-2023

The Global Aquafeed Market 2018 report comprises a variety of results, that enable businesses from the sector to create plans for enterprise growth and direct companies forward.


Aquaculture fish feeds
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In 2017, the Aquafeed market size has been USD 286.3 million, and it is anticipated to attain USD 539.27 Million by 2023, with a CAGR of 11.13 percent throughout 2018-2023.
The global aquafeed markets well-established foreign vendors are giving fierce competition to new players from the market while they fight with technical development, quality, and reliability issues. The aquafeed report can provide the reply to questions regarding the current demand grows as well as the competitive range, opportunity, and much more.
Market Insights:
The 2018-2023 market report is a very efficient and in-depth study on the current case of the industry by emphasizing the global sector. The aquafeed report provides statistics info available on the market position of aquafeed manufacturing companies. The global aquafeed industry report provides a pure perspective of the containing application in its debut, and technology. Additionally, the report scrutinises the aquafeed international market players.
Best aquafeed industry players included in the report: 
Ridley Corporation Limited, Biomar, Biostadt India Limited, Purina Animal Nutrition (Land O Lakes Inc), Norel Animal Nutrition, Dibaq A.S, Biomin Holding GmbH, DE Heus Animal Nutrition, Nutriad, Nutreco N.V, Cargill, Aller Aqua A/S, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Avanti Feeds Limited and Alltech.
Aquafeed market report functions a skilled and in-depth analysis of latest key industry trends and coming aquafeed market progress prospects, leading drivers and limitations, profiles of vital economy players, segmentation analysis and prediction analysis. A global Aquafeed market functions a perspective of trends size and aspect are contained within this report to evaluate facets that will conduct significant influence in simplifying the earnings of Aquafeed market in the coming years.
Aquafeed report affirmed product kind comprises:
Soybean
Corn
Fish meal
Fish oil
Additives
Aquafeed report confirmed application:
Fish
Mollusks
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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA): A responsible approach to farming our waters

by Dr Thierry Chopin

In September 1995, I gave a presentation entitled “Mixed, integrated, poly-, or multi-level aquaculture - whatever you call it, it is time to put seaweeds around your cages!” at a conference in St Andrews, New Brunswick. I could see a number of faces in the room saying, “What is this guy talking about?!”


The period 1995-2000 was spent “preaching in the desert” for what was just “integrated aquaculture”. We wanted to differentiate our practice from monoculture. The obvious term was polyculture; however, cultivating three species of fish together, while being polyculture, does not address the problems of co-cultivating three fed species together.
 


In March 2004, at a workshop in Saint John, New Brunswick, we gave a name to what we were doing. I came up with “Integrated Aquaculture” and Jack Taylor with “Multi-Trophic Aquaculture”. By combining the two, “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture” or “IMTA” was born, and in the 14 years since, more than 1,300 publications referring to IMTA have been published worldwide.

With IMTA, farmers cultivate species from different trophic levels, with complementary ecosystem functions, in proximity. They combine fed species (e.g. fish) with extractive species (e.g. seaweeds, aquatic plants, shellfish and other invertebrates) to take advantage of synergistic interactions among them, while biomitigation operates within a circular economy approach (nutrients are no longer considered wastes or by-products of one species, but co-products for the others).

The aim is to ecologically engineer a new ERA of aquaculture systems (Ecosystem Responsible Aquaculture) for increased environmental sustainability (ecosystem services and green technologies for improved ecosystem health), economic stability (improved output, lower costs, product diversification, risk reduction and job creation in coastal and rural communities), and societal acceptability (better management practices, improved regulatory governance, nutrient trading credit incentives and appreciation of differentiated and safe products).


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GePro company profile






GePro Gefluegel-Protein Vertriebs- gesellschaft mbH & Co. KG is a group company of PHW, one of the largest producers of poultry products in Europe 

As a member of PHW, GePro is part of a completely integrated poultry production.

GePro headquarter is in Diepholz (Germany) with global sales offices located in Bangkok (Kingdom of Thailand) and Moscow (Russian Federation).

GePro transforms poultry by-products from the slaughterhouse into valuable ingredients for animal nutrition and biofuel (SP-Power)

With the state of the art production systems, our products are of extremely high quality and are regarded as benchmarks in the industry. The entire process is under strict veterinarian control leading to consistent flawless quality and great value proposition for our customers.

Visit the GePro website, HERE.

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This blog is maintained by The Aquaculturists staff and is supported by the
magazine International Aquafeed which is published by
Perendale Publishers Ltd

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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Crayfish parties

by Sven Olof Malmqvist

It is one thing to write a column in an aquaculture magazine and an entirely other thing to be a practical grower of any aquatic species.

Years back I put a number of crayfishes (a form of fresh water lobster) in one of my ponds. It is vital that you have a constant inflow of fresh water and, of course, an outlet so there is sufficient circulation and oxygen.
 


The pond isn’t that big and deep but is brimming with stones and hideouts, which are needed when the crayfish exuviate their shells and are vulnerable to attacks by their own sort. Nature is cruel!

Anyway, I have been fishing every autumn when you are supposed to eat them but so far I have thought they are too small and have thrown them back again.

In Scandinavia we normally go out in the night placing cages in the water. As bait one can use fresh meat, chicken or fishes as cray fish aren’t picky about their food. The next morning you pick them up and empty the catch.

You boil crayfish in really hot water, together with dill, sugar and beer, and then let them cool down.

You eat them cold as is, preferably sitting outside as it is rather messy, as you eat them with your own hands, so you need to cover your clothes to protect them. Shots of aquavit and many glasses of beer will also play an important role in this crayfish party.


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Zheng Chang company profile



Zhengchang
, established in 1918, has made constant innovations in feed machinery industry and accumulated a wealth of experience in tackling the various challenges facing feed companies and, more importantly, is able to offer a range of comprehensive solutions.
Zhengchang has now evolved into China’s largest manufacture of feed machinery and has 16 branches in China with over 1300 staff and more than thirty offices all over the world. 

Zhengchang to date has successfully constructed more than 2000 turnkey projects world around the world, covering fields of poultry and livestock feed, aquatic feed, pet feed, premix feed, sawdust pellet, fertiliser, silo storage, pasture, electrical control and garbage treatment, etc.

Zhengchang projects are designed to deliver to the client higher feed quality, higher overall capacity and more profits. 
Zhengchang have conquered challenges one after another for the customers and accumulated rich experience over the past 90 years.

They are now making great endeavors to apply their latest achievements to feed, pasture, environment protection, fertilizer, sawdust shaping industries.


Zhengchang is more than a professional partner who can provide advanced machinery, technology and management ideas.

It is also a true problem solver who knows you well during your development. Zhengchang is with you every step of the way.


Visit the website HERE.

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Aquafarm International 2019

The Pordenone Fiere Exhibition Centre in Venice, Italy, will be home to the Aquafarm International conference and exhibition, on 13-14th February, 2019. 

This conference, focussing upon Mediterranean aquaculture, will offer a amazing chance for businesses to network, offer services and raise awareness of the services they offer to fellow members of the aquaculture sector.
Main topics that will be discussed during th Aquafarm conference have been confirmed as feed and quality of fish, environmental technologies, processing and packaging of farmed fish, health and well-being of fish, distribution and consumption, hatcheries and the future of aquaculture.
Several companies have already confirmed they will be exhibiting at the event, including, but not limited to, Aller Aqua, Biorigin, Del Pesce, Faivre, Fisa, Milanese, Technocage, Xylem and many more.
Aquafarm 2019 will be the third edition of the conference and exhibit, dedicated to the latest technological innovations in aquaculture. The event is primarily looking for exhibitors from the Mediterranean Sea Basin; primarily, Slovenia, Croatia, Albania, Greece, Malta, turkey, Spain and Portugal.

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Perendale Publishers Ltd

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Exploring ISAAH

by Dr Neil Auchterlonie, Technical Director, IFFO

Last week I was lucky enough to attend the International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health (ISAAH), held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Canada. This event, held on a four-year cycle, draws aquatic animal health professionals from across the world.
 

The Symposium ran over the whole week, with many different sessions, and there was a great diversity of fish species discussed, reflecting the growth in aquaculture over time. As well as the usual suspects of the modern aquaculture industry, there were even special sessions devoted to the health of cleaner fish, ornamental fish, and zebra fish (for laboratory studies), so it really was all-encompassing in terms of the coverage of subject matter.

I was not attending the Symposium out of personal interest though, nor was I on holiday, even though Charlottetown appeared to be a very picturesque location, and worthy of some time spent as a tourist.

IFFO had submitted an abstract in order to provide a technical presentation within one of the sessions, the QASH project session. QASH is an acronym that stands for Quantitative Atlantic Salmon Health Assessment, and the project is a collaboration between scientists in Norway, Scotland, Chile and Canada, led by Prof Karin Pittman of the University of Bergen. The aim of QASH is to develop tools that permit rapid and accurate measurements of farmed salmon health, indicating very strong real-world applications of the research.

Within salmon farming there are some clear health challenges, often linked directly to pathogens such as sea lice, piscirickettsia, gill amoebae, salmonid alphavirus. The session was split into three, focusing on biomarkers, barriers and stressors, and available toolboxes, with some lively discussion at the end.

My IFFO paper focused on the link between nutrition and health in farmed salmon, exploring the changing profile of salmon feeds over time and the nutritional variability that has resulted. None of this is earth-shattering in terms of the messages and many are aware of the substantial progress that has been made in the substitution of marine ingredients over time.

That research has largely been undertaken by the feed companies, responding to market competition over time with their changing formulations. Much of this research is understandably commercial and confidential. Although some of the information has reached the public domain, the majority has not.


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magazine International Aquafeed which is published by
Perendale Publishers Ltd

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