Sustainable feed

A This month we would like to share with you some ideas extracted from the article “Suggested criteria for sustainable aquafeeds” written by the Dr. Albert G Tacon on the Aquafeed magazine:Vol 14 Issue 2 April 2022 based on the article: Albert G. J. Tacon, Marc Metian & Aaron A. McNevin (2022) Future Feeds: Suggested Guidelines for Sustainable Development,…

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Aquaculture Africa 2021

Aquaculture Africa 2021 We had fruitful time in Alexandria in AFRAQ21. Our lecture about microbiota wrapped up the session (link for more info) on Saturday, and we were delighted to meet all of you. We are looking forward to fostering and open new relationships and growth together to achieve a win-win-win situation. We would like to thank everybody for…

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Happy Holidays

The LSAqua family wish you happy holidays and healthy new year, full of prosperity and good propose. Despite the circumstances of this year, we would like to thank you for being with us. LSAqua hope we will continue working together in the coming year for offering a secure, sustainable and high-quality product that can satisfy your customer needs while…

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EAS Aquaculture 2021

LSAqua will be attending the Aquaculture Europe 2021 from 4 to 7 of October in Madeira. Our team is looking forward to meeting you there. If you want to book a meeting with us, donโ€™t hesitate to email to hello@๐—น๐˜€๐—ฎ๐—พ๐˜‚๐—ฎ. ๐—ฏ๐—ฒ For more information of the event: https://aquaeas.org/Meeting/AE2021

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Last interview

LSAqua Danny Van Mullem CEO of LSAqua sees a great future for Aquaculture. In his last interview, Mr. Van Mullem explains how he sees the future of Aquaculture and the vision of a holistic approch. According to Van Mullem: โ€œWe are going to increase the health of the fish with our products. But this is not enough, we have…

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Aquaculture and probiotics

For an optimal performance of your farm, prevention is key to minimize potential problems and efficiently leverage your resources. Due to the current growth of aquaculture and the intensive practices, prevention of diseases is primordial because it can diminish the application of chemical drugs or antibiotic treatments, which entails less production costs while reducing the environmental impact. A suitable…

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LSAqua talks about PAP

Processed animal protein (PAP) is a protein source treated mainly with heat and pressure until obtaining a safe by-product that can serve as an animal ingredient. PAPs term encompasses feather meal, blood meal, meat and bone meal, hoof meal, horn meal from non-ruminant origin with a protein content between 50% up to 80%. Moreover, are compound of fewer carbohydrates,…

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