Algae and clay association to improve digestive performance in aquaculture species

AQUAFEED::ADVANCES IN PROCESSING & FORMULATION from Vol. 7 Issue 4 By Maarten Jay van Schoonhoven, Aqua Business Unit Manager, Olmix.

December 10, 2015

With the current trend of finding fishmeal replacements in terrestrial plants a lot of attention is being given to finding a balanced mix of ingredients to
fulfil the nutritional requirements of the target species.
However the bioavailability of nutrients from this mix of ingredients is equally important.
Carnivorous species more so than herbivorous or omnivorous species are more difficult to satisfy with ingredients other than fishmeal.


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