February 9th to 12th, Aquaculture America, opens its doors to welcome all who wants to gain insights of aquaculture. This year the conference will be held in Waikiki on Oahu Island, where you can almost walk out of your session and onto the beach!
Read more about the tradeshow and check out the program here.
Join us at the QRILL Aqua Booth!
-Oral presentation, Dr. Tibiabin Benitez-Santana
-Poster presentation, Dr. Lena Burri
-Join us for a coffee, all day/every day
-Talk to krill specialists at the booth, all day/ every day
-Learn about QRILL Aqua products and the newest science, all day/ every day
To Be Presented: New study
by Dr. Benitez-Santana
Session Name: Alternative, Emerging Feed Ingredients
Title: “Replacement of fishmeal by Antarctic Krill meal in diets of European Sea Bass”
Date: Wednesday, February 12
Time: 12:00 pm
*Join Dr. Benitez-Santana at our booth after the presentation. She will be ready to answer all the questions you might have on the study.
A sustainable growth of the aquaculture sector implies the use of sustainable novel raw materials as replacement of the traditional fish meal (FM) and fish oil (FO) ingredients. This fact will lead to the development of functional diets as part of a management strategy to reduce the effects on fish growth performance and health derived from low FM/FO dietary contents. In this sense, krill meal (Euphausia superba) is a candidate to potentiate fish growth and health status.
Poster Presentation - not to be missed
Title: Benefits of Krill meal inclusion in shrimp diets
by Dr. Lena Burri
This poster reviews the latest studies with krill that were performed in Brazil, Thailand and India where growth performance, feed preference, hepatopancreas condition and feed formulation costs were in focus.
Meet our variety of experts at the booth
Aker BioMarine scientists Tibiabin Benitez-Santana, Director R&D, Fish Nutrition and Lena Burri, Director R&D, Animal Nutrition and Health are ready to answer all questions related to physiology, science and studies.
Geronimo Leonardi, Sales Director – QRILL Latin America and Ian Bouchard, VP QRILL Americas, can guide you on commercial aspects and how krill can benefit species in your region.
Krill is a fascinating crustacean. Full of essential nutrients, krill is found at the bottom of the food chain, meaning it consists of a very low contaminant-level. It is a sustainable source of protein, containing omega-3 phospholipids, feed attractants and astaxanthin. Research is key in understanding how, when and where the effects of krill is at its best. Studies are done on a variety of farmed species and krill is used in diets for fish and shrimp all around the world.
Read more about krill here and be sure to come see us in Hawaii!
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