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AQUAFEED	PRODUCTION                                                                                                       ...
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Challenges facing the aquaculture feed industry

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We talk to feed producers about the challenges that the industry is facing, what products they are currently developing and what the future holds.

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Challenges facing the aquaculture feed industry

  1. 1. I N C O R P O R AT I N G f i s h far m ing t e c h no l og y March | April 2013 Challenges facing the aquaculture feed industry International Aquafeed is published six times a year by Perendale Publishers Ltd of the United Kingdom. All data is published in good faith, based on information received, and while every care is taken to prevent inaccuracies, the publishers accept no liability for any errors or omissions or for the consequences of action taken on the basis of information published. ©Copyright 2013 Perendale Publishers Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without prior permission of the copyright owner. Printed by Perendale Publishers Ltd. ISSN: 1464-0058The International magazine for the aquaculture feed industry
  2. 2. AQUAFEED PRODUCTION The future Challenges facing NOVUS: "We expect to continue to grow our existing markets and expand our footprint in these mar- the aquaculture kets through new technologies and partnerships. We will grow through market relevancy, for example, over the past 25 years the salmon feed industry industry has achieved an increase in productivity from 15 to 20% while reducing nitrogen waste four fold. Novus probiotics (live microorgan- isms which confer a health benefit) We talk to feed producers about the assist with the stability of pond cul- tures, thereby helping to maximize challenges that the industry is facing, pond water carrying capacity and what products they are currently enhancing overall fish health. In this way, more fish are grown with less developing and what the future holds. Fish health water, as the water is less toxic, and less overall waste results. BIOMAR: BioMar’s Smart Feeds comprises feed products with "Novus is a participant in the farm- active ingredients or different to-table nutrition continuum and types of premixes of vitamines because of this, we have a distinct Feed costs and and minerals, which are key to responsibility to the communities we serve. Novus’s vision is To efficiencey keep fish healthy and provide opti- Help Feed the World Affordable, mal fish growth and thereby con- BIOMAR: Organic food prod- tribute to a healthy farm business. Wholesome Food and Achieve ucts are rapidly gaining impor- a Higher Quality of Life. Our Environmental tance among consumers. BioMar performance as a company and foot print produces a number of different Alternative proteins our vision are not separate - each ALLER AQUA: At Aller Aqua, feed types certified for farming of is connected inextricably with the BIOMAR: As the world produc-we are committed to meet- organic fish to cover this grow- other. In everything we do over tion of fish meal and fish oil cannot ing a number of environmen- ing need. New feed concepts the next five years and beyond be increased significantly without tal targets, complying with strict are constantly being developed in you can expect to be able to con- risk of damaging natural fish stocks product and manufacturing order to cater for new consumer nect our actions with our vision". and the need for fish products standards. The 1989 Danish Act trends and help our customers for human consumption obtained See the full interview with Thadon the Protection of the Marine grow their business. through aquaculture is growing, Simons, Novus president and CEOEnvironment sets strict standards one of BioMar’s long-term goals on page 62for feed intended for the Danish market. Danish legislation stipu- Sustainable feeds is to reduce our dependence on marine raw materials. This lates that the feed conversion rate REED MARICULTURE: Reed is achieved by including alterna-of grower feed must not exceed Maricultures Instant Algae prod- Feed solutions tives such as vegetable proteins 1.0. At the same time, 82 per cent ucts are closer to nature than any and oils, thus reducing the need – working withof the feed must be digestible, and other feed on the market. We for marine raw materials. This the farmersthere are low maximum limits for produce whole-cell, whole-food change is a complex task with a BIOMAR: In BioMar we see phosphorus and nitrogen. microalgae feeds and enrichments number of issues to be addressed. the reduction of farm impact from marine algae using propri- BIOMAR as an important mean to facili-BIOMAR: The BioMar Group is etary processes. Our products tate continued growth for the eco-conscious and continuously provide fish, bivalve and shrimp aquaculture sector, especially focuses on reducing environmen-tal impact from the production hatcheries with clean, conven- Alternative proteins in the land based aquaculture, ient, long shelf-life feeds that are where scarce water resources of fish feed. All BioMar factories BIOMAR: As the world produc- superior choices to replace or need to be preserved and pro-have modern production facilities, tion of fish meal and fish oil cannot supplement live microalgae. Our tected. Environmental regulation which meet high standards for be increased significantly without feeds ensure stable and rapidly- has over the last years in many environmentally friendly produc- risk of damaging natural fish stocks reproducing rotifer populations countries lowered the limits for tion. and the need for fish products that offer rich nutritional value. the acceptable amounts of nutri-Furthermore, BioMar has devel- for human consumption obtained oped and improved its product BIOMAR: Sustainability is deci- through aquaculture is growing, ents in the waste water. BioMar ranges over the years to reduce sive to the continuous long-term one of BioMar’s long-term goals therefore focuses on developing the environmental impact of fish development of the aquaculture is to reduce our dependence feeds with an optimal balance of farming. This happens through industry. It entails that the indus- on marine raw materials. This nutrients, so that the fish utilises focusing on sustainability in the try is run on a commercial basis is achieved by including alterna- a maximum of the nutrients in development and production of which meets the needs of the tives such as vegetable proteins the feed for growth, while a mini-feed and through a focus on present without compromising and oils, thus reducing the need mum of nutrients are lost to the developing efficient feed types, the needs of the future. BioMar for marine raw materials. This water. A more efficient uptake where the nutrients are utilised focuses through the development change is a complex task with a of nutrients in the fish does not by the fish for growth rather than program BioSustain on increasing number of issues to be addressed. only benefit the environment, but lost to the farm environment. sustainability in fish farming. - BIOMAR it also improves farm economy. 42 | InternAtIonAl AquAFeed | March-April 2013
  3. 3. AQUAFEED PRODUCTION Aquafeed production Hatchery Feeds Superio Factory direct and distributor sales. ing r id Fe Experts in international logistics. Prov eds ts® for up ul s M I C R O A L G A L, L A R V A L & W E A N I N G F E E D S A N D P R O D U C T I O N P R O D U C T S S e ri o r R e trademarks or registered trademarks of Reed Mariculture Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. MarIne SPeCIeS aQUarIUM FISH Instant Algae, Instant Zooplankton, RotiGrow, Shellfish Diet, Instant Algae® single species, blends and custom feeds Otohime® premium Japanese larval and and “Providing Superior Feeds for Superior Results”are © 2012-2013 Reed Mariculture, Inc. All Rights reserved. CrUStaCean RotiGrow® grow-out, enrichment and greenwater feeds weaning feeds; 17 sizes from 75 µm to 10 mm allIGatorS Shellfish Diet® for all stages from D-Larvae to TDO™ top-dressed with Haematococcus, natural CraWFISHds aBalone stimulants, and more! MollUSC broodstock SalMon Superio CatFISH HalIBUt reDFISH ing ConCH Factory direct and distributor sales. r ClorAm-X® detoxifies and removes ammonia, PraWn Instant Zooplankton® clean Mini-L160 rotifers and larVal id Fe Parvocalanus copepod culturesinternational logistics. 10 Liter Cubitainer Experts in Prov chlorine and chloramines in fresh and salt water CarP eds BaSS 1 kg Bag eel Reed Mariculture Inc ts® for | The easiest to use, cleanest and most effective feeds on the market u ul sE D S A N D P R O DLURCET1-877-732-3276 | UOCCT: S I O N P R O D V I E 408-377-1065 pe S ri o r R e trademarks or registered trademarks of Reed Mariculture Inc. All TO L - F E : | FAX: 408-884-2322 | www.reed-mariculture.com other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Instant Algae, Instant Zooplankton, RotiGrow, Shellfish Diet, Otohime® premium Japanese larval and and “Providing Superior Feeds for Superior Results”are © 2012-2013 Reed Mariculture, Inc. All Rights reserved. weaning feeds; 17 sizes from 75 µm to 10 mm advanced Hatchery technology                  TDO™ top-dressed with Haematococcus, natural aquatic eco Systems Hatchery Feeds stimulants, and more!  Superio Factory direct and distributor sales. ing r ClorAm-X® detoxifies and removes ammonia, aquaculture equipment ltd  id Fe Experts in international logistics. Prov eds chlorine and chloramines in fresh and salt wateritainer astec aquaculture Business  ts® 1 kg Bag for up ul sst to use, cleanest and most G A L, Lfeeds on the marketA N I N G M I C R O A L effective A R V A L & W E F E E D S A NargentO D U C T I O N P R O D U C S D P R Chemical labs T S e ri o r R e     trademarks or registered trademarks of Reed Mariculture Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Instant Algae, Instant Zooplankton, RotiGrow, Shellfish Diet,065 | FAX: 408-884-2322 single species, blends and custom feeds Instant Algae® | www.reed-mariculture.com Otohime® premium Japanese larval and  BioMar and “Providing Superior Feeds for Superior Results”are     © 2012-2013 Reed Mariculture, Inc. All Rights reserved. RotiGrow® grow-out, enrichment and greenwater feeds weaning feeds; 17 sizes from 75 µm to 10 mm Shellfish Diet® for all stages from D-Larvae to BlackSea Feeds with Haematococcus, natural TDO™ top-dressed broodstock Coppens International more! stimulants, and        Instant Zooplankton® clean Mini-L160 rotifers and ClorAm-X® detoxifies and removes ammonia, Parvocalanus copepod cultures 10 Liter Cubitainer Crevetec chlorine and chloramines in fresh and salt water     1 kg Bag Reed Mariculture Inc Cenzone | The easiest to use, cleanest and most effective feeds on the market  Coastal aquatic Proteins TO L L - F R E E : 1-877-732-3276 | V O I C E : 408-377-1065 | F A X : 408-884-2322 | www.reed-mariculture.com   Crystal Feed Products    eWoS    epicore Florida aqua Farms   Grupo Dibaq      Guabi animal nutritian   InVe         Insta Pro International le Gouessant aquaculture         novalek Inc.  norel  The experienced nutraKol Pty     specialists of Coppens ocean Star International   International guarantee ocialis          innovative fish feed programs rangen           of high quality for species like trout, sturgeon, reed Mariculture  catfish, carp, tilapia, marine fish and more. SaP Int Corp     These programs consist of live feeds, hatchery Salt Creek Inc. feeds, nursery diets, broodstock diets and a Service aqua llC  wide range of (pre) -growers. Each program Skretting          ensures optimum result San Francisco Bay Brand   throughout the lifecycleof trouw  your fish. Coppens is Uni President enterprises Corp           truly dedicated to your V.D.S. BVBa          performance! Washington Fish Growers       www.coppens.eu Zagro asia   Zeigler Bros              Pathogenic bacteria antagonist Enhances friendly intestinal microfl ora Improves feed conversion ratio and growth Insta-Pro® extruders have been improved in Helps maintain optimal health status order to successfully produce high quality pet Reduces mortality in the ponds food and aquatic feeds. We now offer NEW Controls water quality specially designed: Volumetric Feeder / Mass Flow Bin options / Pet food and Fish feed Preconditioners / Pet food/ Fish feed cutter heads, which greatly improve the performance of our www.norel.es extruders when producing Pet foods and Aquatic Feeds
  4. 4. AQUAFEED PRODUCTION worldwide Central aMerICa SoUtH eaSt aSIa nortH aMerICa SoUtH aMerICa WeanInG DIetS nUrSerY DIetS aUSrtralaSIa StrIPeD BaSS MIDDle eaStSea BreaM StUrGeon eUroPe tUrBot SHrIMP aFrICa rUSSIa tIlaPIa CHIna troUt InDIa Long recognized as the ultimate          supplier of superior quality  Artemia cysts and live food  enrichments, INVE Aquaculture also offers a complete line of highly     nutritional dry diets for both fish      and shrimp larvae and broodstock, guaranteeing the best balance between formulation and live food.            www.inveaquaculture.com                               Extrusion technology Sibal, stepped in water product market in 1984 with fish meal and oil production. In 2003 sibal started   extruded fish-feed production under the brand of       BlackSea feed. With two plants Sibal has 12ton/perh  feed production capacity. Sibal combining 100%        anchovy flour and HUFA rich anchovy fish oil with         the latest extrusion technology, is serving to fishing  sector with a balanced food formulation and wide     product spectrum.                              www.sibal.com.tr Our NEW Shaped Feeds (type-SF) Preconditioners increase produc- tion capacity, improve shaping of pet foods, and reduce wear on the ex- Trouw Nutrition International is the global leader in premixes, truder barrel. As with other shaped innovative feed specialities and nutritional services for the animal products, fi ne grinding prior nutrition industry. to extrusion is essential to ensure a good pellet shape. The company has locations in 25 countries and around 3,000 Additional fl avoring, vitamins, employees. Since 1931, its feed to food solutions have met the needs of minerals, and fat can be added by spraying after extrusion. feed producers, integrators, distributors and home mixers, as well as the companion animal industry. www.insta-pro.com or contact info@insta-pro.com for details www.trouwnutrition.co.uk
  5. 5. This digital re-print is part of the March | April 2013 edition of International LINKSAquafeed magazine. Content from the magazine is available to view free-of-charge, both as a fullonline magazine on our website, and as an archive of individual features onthe docstoc website.Please click here to view our other publications on www.docstoc.com. I N C O R P O R AT I N G f I s h fA R m I N G T e C h N O l O G y • See the full issue Transforming aquaculture production using • Visit the International Aquafeed website oxygenation systems • Contact the International Aquafeed Team Nutritional benefits of processed animal proteins – in European aquafeeds Bioenergetics – application in aquaculture nutrition Towards aquafeeds with increased food security • Subscribe to International Aquafeed Vo l u m e 1 6 I s s u e 2 2 0 1 3 - mARCH | APRIlTo purchase a paper copy of the magazine, or to subscribe to the paperedition please contact our Circulation and Subscriptions Manager on the linkabove. INFORMATION FOR ADVERTISERS - CLICK HERE www.aquafeed.co.uk

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