As the raw materials used in aquaculture feeds continue to evolve, so do the challenges associated with fish performance. How will novel raw materials and plant-based diets affect the gut health of farmed rainbow trout? What if we could genetically select families of trout that are optimized for improved efficiency when fed a novel diet? What would this mean for trout producers, feed formulators and the environment? Join us as we dive in to fish feed, genetics and improved performance.
In these extraordinary times, medical professionals have made it clear that being in good general health is vital to mitigate the dangers of COVID-19, as underlying health problems, such as diabetes and heart disease, increase our risk. In this session, we will examine the vital role seafood plays in maintaining a healthy diet, as well as the importance of the aquaculture industry in relation to our health and welfare.
How can combining experimental measurements and dynamic nutritional modeling impact the digestibility of nutrients and other factors affecting aquaculture performance? Join us for the latest insights on optimal nutrition, cost-effective formulations and the future of feed efficiency.
Does insect meal offer a viable alternative to feeding fish to fish? Let's dive into the production process, the practical results and the future of using insect meal as a sustainable source of marine protein in aquafeed.
From experimental salmon production licenses in Norway to the power of organic trace minerals to transform nutrition, a sea of opportunity awaits the global aquaculture market. Dive into the latest research on balancing nutritional requirements and genetic potential, and discover what we can learn from our pets about salmon.
All on-demand focus sessions will be captioned for Spanish and Portuguese.
Translated versions of the on-demand keynote and special presentations will be made available in Spanish and Portuguese.
Additional languages will be added at a later date.