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Implications for incorporation of non-traditional ingredients a uniting theme
Implications for incorporation of non-traditional ingredients a uniting theme
BANGKOK, Thailand - Feb. 9, 2016 - PRLog -- Registrations are building rapidly for the 9th Aquafeed Horizons Asia. Previous conferences taking place in Bangkok, March 29, 2016 on the first day for FIAAP/VICTAM/GRAPAS feed and grain trade show.

Previous conferences have attracted high level feed industry professionals from throughout Asia Pacific and beyond. The 2016 meetings have already seen registrations from the region as well as Europe, the USA and Australia. With special rates for students, Thai delegates and groups, we expect the meetings to fill up fast.

This year’s conference will see implications for incorporation of non-traditional ingredients as a uniting theme for Aquafeed conference

The Conference is designed for commercial aquaculture feed manufacturers and others wanting to learn about the latest formulation and processing solutions available for producing aquatic feeds.

Fishmeal substitution and a general trend towards plant-based feed ingredients will drive the agenda for the 2016 meeting: the implications of these changes in traditional diets for both processors and formulators will be explored by an international line-up of experts from industry and applied science.

See the program below; summaries and presenters’ biographies are available on the conference website at


Durable sinking fish feed with low starch formulations and an example with insect meal as alternative protein - Urs Wüst, Director Product Management Aquafeed & Petfood, Business Unit Nutrition, Bühler AG, Switzerland

Interactions of Extrusion and Ingredients for Aquatic Feeds - Joseph P. Kearns, Vice President Aqua-Feed Div., Wenger Manufacturing, Inc., USA

Process control in aquafeed production - Olafur H Jonsson, managing director, Tovalia sarl, France

Pre-processing of Feedstuffs to Improve Their Feeding Value for Aquaculture Feeds - Dr. Dominique P. Bureau, Professor, University of Guelph, Canada

Functional Feeds – Bad Bug Busters to Reduce the Impact From Disease in Farmed Fish and Shrimp - Dr. Peter Coutteau, Business Unit Manager – Aquaculture, Nutriad International NV, Belgium

Effect of an Algo-Clay Based Biocatalyst on the Digestive and Growth Performance of Juvenile Shrimp (L. Vannamei) - Maarten Jay van Schoonhoven, Aqua BU manager, Olmix, France

Advances in Amino Acid Nutrition of Shrimp - Dr. Alexandros Samartzis, Regional Technical Sales Manager, Evonik (SEA)

GART as a Platform to Investigate Disease Control Strategies Against AHPND/EMS in Shrimp - Dr. ir. Margriet Drouillon, Business Developer Aqua UGent, Belgium

Feed for The Future: The Challenges and Opportunities for A Better and Sustainable Aquaculture Industry - Dr. M A Kabir Chowdhury, Global Product Manager - Aquaculture, Jefo Nutrition Inc., Canada

Plant Extracts in Aquaculture Feeds: From Modes of Action to Practical Application - Clementine Oguey, Aqua Product Expert, PANCOSMA & Associates

Aquafeed Horizons Asia is oganised by, the aquaculture feed information resource since 1998, offering free websites, magazines and newsletters in support of the industry, as well as conferences, workshops and technical consulting.

Online pre-registration is required for a secure place. More information and registration at:

Suzi Dominy
Tags:Aquaculture, Aquafeed, Conference
Location:Bangkok - Bangkok - Thailand
Page Updated Last on: Feb 09, 2016

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