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Seabass fry producer achieves increased production stability by switching to GEMMA Micro

Feeding GEMMA Micro to seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) larvae instead of the traditional feed of newly-hatched Artemia metanauplii results in juveniles of the same, consistently high quality while increasing production consistency by significantly reducing costs per million fingerlings, according to a pioneering French hatchery.

August 26, 2013


Feeding GEMMA Micro to seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) larvae instead of the traditional feed of newly-hatched Artemia metanauplii results in juveniles of the same, consistently high quality while increasing production consistency by significantly reducing costs per million fingerlings, according to a pioneering French hatchery.

AQUAFEED: ADVANCES IN PROCESSING & FORMULATION Summer 2013.

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  • Aquaculture brings hope to the Marshall Islands
  • Modern diode array NIR Saves money and improves aquafeed quality
  • Aquafeed Processing Laboratories
  • Training & Education
  • First Fish Feed Plant Goes Into Operation in the Maghreb
  • Aerofeed OSP improves the  drying process for aquafeed 
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