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Registration for Aquafeed Horizons Closing Monday!

Well over a hundred delegates from all over the world have pre-registered for the aquafeed industry conference to take advantage of the information to be presented by an international panel of experts

April 26, 2007

Registration for Aquafeed Horizons Closing Monday!

 

Well over a hundred delegates from all over the world have pre-registered for the aquafeed industry conference to take advantage of the information to be presented by an international panel of experts.

 

Aquafeed Horizons is presented by Aquafeed.com, the aquafeed industry information gateway and Fiskeriforskning, the Norwegian Institute of Fisheries and Aquaculture Research. Scientists from Fiskeriforskning Department of Aquafeed Development and Marine Processing, Bergen, Norway are among the speakers who will reveal latest concepts in feed development for aquatic species, cutting edge aquafeed technologies and developments in aquaculture markets.

 

The conference will take place during VIctam International 2007, in Utrecht, the Netherlands, giving delegates the opportunity to visit the feed industry's preeminent trade show and see the very latest in feed equipment and ingredients.

 

Program

 

§          Aquaculture in Central and Eastern Europe – production and markets  - Ann-Mari Haram, Eurofish

§          Organic aquafeeds - ingredients and ideals - Peter Bridson, Soil Association

§          Aquaculture Independence - Sustainable Production of High Quality Fishmeal Substitute - Ernest D. Papadoyianis, CEO, Neptune Industries, Inc. 

§          Inland Aquaculture Opportunities: Innovation in Closed Containment System Technology, the Aqua-Sphere - Sal Cherch, Chief Operating Officer, Neptune Industries, Inc

§          Upgrading of marine raw materials: the importance in finding substitutes for fishmeal - Anders Aksnes, Fiskeriforskning

§          Replacing fishmeal and fishoil in aquafeeds: Aquaculture – escaping the fish trap - Peter Coutteau, Inve

§          Decontamination of fish oil and fishmeal - alternative technologies and challenges - Åge Oterhals, Fiskeriforskning

§          Krill as a feed source - Sissel Albrektsen, Fiskeriforskning

§          Software tools for tackling today's hot formulation issues - Merryl Webster, Format International

§          The use of Phytase in Aquafeeds – Viviane Verlhac, DSM Nutritional Products

§          The development of pheromone-based feeding attractants for sustainable aquaculture - Andrew Moore, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS)

§          Improving animal performance, feeding efficiency and product quality in aquaculture species - John Sweetman, Alltech

§          Physicochemical properties of feed ingredients - impact on feed processing and quality - Tor Andreas Samuelsen, Fiskeriforskning

§          Effects of extrusion processing and raw ingredient variation on nutritional and technical quality of the feed raw materials and their impact on the extrusion of aquafeeds - Mette Sørensen, Akva Forsk

§          Raw materials and their impact on extrusion of aquafeeds

-          Brian Plattner, Wenger

§          Extrusion Technology in the production of aquatic feed

-          Konrad Munz, Buhler AG

§          Increasing aquatic feed production through plant optimization

-          Galen Rokey, Wenger

§          Production of starter diets – Will Henry, Extru-Tech International

§          Aquafeed drying - Andy Sharpe, Aeroglide

§          Vacuum coating pelleted feed

-          Eduardo Pérez, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) FeedTech Services

§          Parameters affecting the fine grinding of aquafeeds using a hammermill - Olivier Rousseaux, Stolz

 

Registration for Aquafeed Horizons closes Monday, April 30th and walk-ins will only be accepted if space allows. To register and for full details, visit: www.aquafeed.info

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