Volume 15, Number 3 May/June 2019 MCI (P) 008/10/2018 ISBN 1793 -056
  • From the editor
    Aquafeeds - are we fit for future?

  • Tilapia in Vietnam/ First taste of shrimp fed traceable protein

Shrimp Culture
  • Dealing with white spot disease in Thailand
    Combating the virus is a combination of early detection and managing risk factors By Jumroensri Thawonsuwan

  • Krill - shrimp farming’s super ingredient
    Antarctic krill, is receiving increasing attention from forward-thinking aquaculture companies, says Atul Barmann

  • Early weaning in larvae: Facts and trends
    There is room for feed technology to bring further improvements. By Wilson Pinto, Sofia Engrola and Luís Conceição

  • The Artemia Paradox
    Vital resource for aquaculture or bottleneck for future growth?

Industry Review
  • Aquafeeds in 2018: Constrained by market demand
    Lower feed volume but upbeat in countries with potential demand from new entrants. By Zuridah Merican

  • Malaysia's newest entrant
    This joint venture started operations in June 2018

  • India’s aquafeed market in 2018
    With lower margins, feed cost rather than quality is the crunch point for shrimp farmers. By D. Ajaya Bhaska

  • From jet fuels to fish feeds
    Suresh Menon journeys into aquaculture with oligometry for tailor-made functional ingredients

Feed Technology
  • An opportunity to improve gut performance and immunomodulation with probiotics in aquaculture species
    Gut modulation contributes to more than growth and feed efficiency, say Anwar Hasan and Benedict Standen

  • Rise of RAS and the need for feed enzymes: a proposition
    Can enzymes be used to improve nitrogen utilisation and to meet feed specifications in RAS farming? By M A Kabir Chowdhury

  • Novel functional ingredients and shrimp feeds
    Novel ingredients can support more efficient production, Part 1. By Suresh M. Menon

  • Pepti-day on functional hydrolysates
    Research updates to promote nutrition and health for a sustainable aquafeed business

  • Integrating next generation sequencing into aquaculture
    Josiah Liew and Ju Lin Tan bring biosecurity and quality assurance to a new level for safer foods from farm to table.

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  • 'Feed to Food in Asia' at VIV Asia 2019

Company News & Events
  • China's aquafeed industry transformation summit

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