Kategorie: Allgemein

#7 Euroshrimp in Berlin

Euroshrimp at the AE2019

We are pleased that the EuroShrimp meeting on Oct.9th was so fruitful. It was also great to be part of the interesting and informative presentation series on Oct. 10th at the AE2019 in Berlin.

Especially the informal meeting exceeded our expectations and has shown us, that the gathering of the European Shrimpers – next to the hustle and bustle of the conference – is an important opportunity to get in contact with the community. We would like to express our sincere thanks to all of you for the active participation in our meeting. Furthermore, we picked up a lot of new subscribers and would like to welcome them into our community.

Now, our next steps are to think about the outcomes of the two days in Berlin and evaluate the suggestions, ideas and results we took home with us.

As promised, the presentations are now available on our Homepage and we will get back to you with further details in the next few weeks. So be ready to hear from us soon. 

P.S.: Please feel free to be in contact if you have any news, questions or information you would like to share via the EuroShrimp network. You can get in contact via the euroshrimp.net homepage (which we are still working on) or mail us at info@euroshrimp.de.


Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP

Euroshrimp Berlin – Aquaculture Society 10/2019

Euroshrimp at the European Aquaculture Society conference in Berlin 2019

WORKSHOP OPENING

Dr. Matthew Slater, Head of Aquaculture Research Group at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI)


STAKEHOLDER SURVEY “RECIRCULATION AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS – POSITIONS OF THE ORGANIC FOOD SECTOR”

Dr. Stefan Bergleiter, Project Manager Aquaculture, Naturland e.V.

Udo Censkowsky, Director, bluesensus, sustainability & seafood consulting


DIVERSIFICATION OF GLOBAL SHRIMP FARMING THROUGH TRANSPARENCY – THE NEW ASC METRICS METHODOLOGY

Kathrin Steinberg

Kathrin Steinberg, Performance data coordinator, Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC)


THE USE OF INEXPENSIVE SALT MIXTURES FOR INLAND INTENSIVE SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) FARMING

Dr. Andrew Ray

Dr. Andrew Ray, Kentucky State University, College of Agriculture, Communities and the Environment, School of Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences


FIGHTING AND AVOIDING VIBRIO IN INTENSIVE CULTURE OF LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI: OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH DONE AT CREVETEC FARM

Eric De Muylder, General Manager, CreveTec


EXPERIENCES FROM A NEW SHRIMP RESEARCH FACILITY IN LITHUANIA

Nerijus Nika

Nerijus Nika, Klaipeda University, Institute for Marine Research


SHRIMP HATCHERIES IN EUROPE. PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

Nicola Scalise

Nicola Scalise, Independent Consultant


A GLANCE ON LARVAL PRODUCTION OF L.VANNAMEI

Daniel Arana

Daniel Arana, Product Manager, BERNAQUA


NATIONAL PILOT PLATFORMS: „CONNECTING THE SHRIMP SECTOR IN VIETNAM, THAILAND AND BANGLASDESH

David Basset

David Basset, Project Manager, European-Asian Technology and Innovation Platform (EURASTIP)


Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP

Euroshrimp Bremen 04/2017

The EuroShrimp 2017 conference was our first event and in our opinion a complete success. During the two days not only the interesting lectures were in the foreground, we also attached great importance to the possibility to exchange ideas before and after the lectures. In addition, the boat trip through the Bremerhaven harbor contributed to the fact that speakers, organizers and participants could get to know each other better. The guided tours at the Centre for Aquaculture of the Alfred Wegener Institute also gave us the opportunity to present our research facility and to show you our main research areas.

Due to the positive feedback and the wish to stay in contact, we decided to maintain the network and to expand it if possible.

EuroShrimp 2017 Bremen, Germany 4th – 5th April 2017 1st International Symposium on Shrimp Farming in Europe


Science meets industry

Dr. Matthew Slater & Mr. Bérenger Colsoul (AWI)

Research, development and technology transfer: state of the art and offers


Precision feeding for intensive shrimp production

Dr. Craig Browdy from the company Zeigler Bros Inc (USA)

Precise delivery of high quality feeds drive shrimp performance and profitability of intensive production systems


Design of land-based RAS Shrimp Farms

Mr. Gerrit Quantz from the company Futurefish Aquaculture GmbH (Germany)

Design of land-based RAS Shrimp Farms


Farm management in recirculating systems

Dr. Bert Wecker from the company Förde Garnelen GmbH & Co KG (Germany)

RAS systems for shrimps and their farms management strategies


Nutrition strategies and Biolfoc Systems

Mr. Eric De Muylder from the company CreveTec BVBA (Belgium)

Biofloc technology for the cultivation of shrimp and shrimp feed management


The different methods of farming around the world, the different species and their production

Mr. Jacques Trichereau from the company – Aquaculture Engineering and Consulting Company (France)

Systems and species in worldwide shrimp farming


Visit of the AWI Center for Aquaculture Research and Bremerhaven Harbour tour


Sales and Marketing

Mr. Eric Bernard from the company Reynaud & OSO (France)

Presentation of R&O and the production of organic gambas in Madagascar & key product characteristics for shrimp products entering European markets: freshness, quality, sensory-gastronomic qualities


Environmental sustainability and social responsibility

Mr. Koji Yamamoto from the organization Aquaculture Stewardship Council (Netherlands)

Presentation of the ASC certification and experience of production in Asia


Organic shrimp farming: a strong proposition

Dr. Stefan Bergleiter from the organization Naturland eV (Germany)

Challenges, Benefits, and Prospects; History and Regulatory Background of Organic Aquaculture; Differences between Organic Aquaculture and other Certification Programs; Relevance of Organic Certification in RAS Aquaculture


Presentation of the pilot Aemme Shrimp Farm

Ms. Stacy Ciulik from the company Aquafuture Switzerland GmbH (Switzerland)

Development of an economical and sustainable shrimp farming system for Turkey


Development of an economical and sustainable shrimp farming system for Turkey

Dr. Metin Kumlu from the University of Çukurova (Turkey)

Comparison of culture techniques of the Pacific white shrimp (Penaeus vannamei) and a local species the green tiger shrimp (Penaeus semisulcatus)

Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP

#6 Euroshrimp@AE2019-Final Program

FINAL PROGRAM

We are pleased to present you with the final program of our Industry forum at the AE2019. We have put together a (hopefully!) interesting and varied program and hope to meet you all at Oct. 9th/10th in Berlin.

Apart from this interesting day, we thought it might be good to meet and greet without any program restraints and to have free and easy conversations about all the topics that interest you the most. This will take place on Oct. 9th from 15:00 – 18:00, Room 30510 Wing 3, Estrel Congress Center / Hotel.

We do not charge admission to our event, but we do ask for active participation in order to offer you (and us) an exciting day. We are looking forward to meet you there and are excited about the upcoming days in Berlin.

Euroshrimp Program EAS 2019

October 9th 2019, Room: 30510 Wing 3

15:00 -18:00             INFORMAL MEETING FOR ALL SHRIMP ENTHUSIASTS            

Meet and greet. We offer the opportunity to meet each other without any program constraints and discuss the topics that interest you the most.

We suggest:

  • Overview of developments of PL production in Europe (Who is building hatcheries)
  • Cementing the Industry (5-10 years production in Europe…and now?)
  • Estimating total European production (Collecting and reporting annual production for Europe)
  • Alternative and new species (Are new species needed, what about co-cultures?)
  • Latest Research Projects Joining Industry and Science; Open session on pressing demands     

October 10th 2019, Room: Backstage 2

09:00              WORKSHOP OPENING

Dr. Matthew Slater, Head of Aquaculture Research Group at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI)


09:10              STAKEHOLDER SURVEY “RECIRCULATION AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS – POSITIONS OF THE ORGANIC FOOD SECTOR”

Dr. Stefan Bergleiter, Project Manager Aquaculture, Naturland e.V.

Udo Censkowsky, Director, bluesensus, sustainability & seafood consulting


09:40              DIVERSIFICATION OF GLOBAL SHRIMP FARMING THROUGH TRANSPARENCY – THE NEW ASC METRICS METHODOLOGY

Kathrin Steinberg, Performance data coordinator, Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC)


10:10              THE USE OF INEXPENSIVE SALT MIXTURES FOR INLAND INTENSIVE SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) FARMING

Dr. Andrew Ray, Kentucky State University, College of Agriculture, Communities and the Environment, School of Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences


10:40              FIGHTING AND AVOIDING VIBRIO IN INTENSIVE CULTURE OF LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI: OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH DONE AT CREVETEC FARM

Eric De Muylder, General Manager, CreveTec


11:10              EXPERIENCES FROM A NEW SHRIMP RESEARCH FACILITY IN LITHUANIA

Nerijus Nika, Klaipeda University, Institute for Marine Research


11:40              SHRIMP HATCHERIES IN EUROPE. PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

Nicola Scalise, Independent Consultant


12:10              A GLANCE ON LARVAL PRODUCTION OF L.VANNAMEI

Daniel Arana, Product Manager, BERNAQUA


12:40              NATIONAL PILOT PLATFORMS: „CONNECTING THE SHRIMP SECTOR IN VIETNAM, THAILAND AND BANGLASDESH

David Basset, Project Manager, European-Asian Technology and Innovation Platform (EURASTIP)


13:00              WORKSHOP CLOSING

Dr. Matthew Slater, Head of Aquaculture Research Group at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI)

Please: Contact us if you have other topic suggestions and contact us with your name and organisation if you would like to present at the session! We are excited to hear from you.

Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP

Euroshrimp Montpellier 08/2018

The cooperation with the World Aquaculture society was a great honor for us and also gave us a lot of fun. At the request of the Competence Network Aquaculture (KNAQ) we support them in planning and implementing the forum „Production of Penaeid  Shrimp in Europe“. Despite the hot weather, the speakers were sure of the participants‘ attention. Thanks to the versatile, interesting and varied lectures, the chairs were full to the last seat and other interested participants even had to stand in the back of the room.

© Stefan Meyer

After the lectures a small workshop was held where everyone had the opportunity to express their opinions and suggestions as well as the most important needs for action on the topics of shrimp reproduction, import & export regulations as well as research and development.

Production of penaeid shrimp in Europe

Risks and opportunities –

The EuroShrimp Community

Matthew James Slater, Head of Aquaculture Research Group, Alfred-Wegener-Institute Helmholtz-Center for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany

Due to the growing interest in Shrimp production and the expanding number of shrimp producers in recent years, the Aquaculture Research Group at the Alfred-Wegener-Institute is establishing a Network for the European shrimp community. To find out more about our expanding community and upcoming events, follow the Link  to the presentation or visit www.euroshrimp.net

© Stefan Meyer

The conditions for importing (live) shrimps into the European Union

Lorella de la Cruz Iglesias, European Commission Directorat-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

The legal framework to import shrimps (intended for food production) is based on the EU Animal health legislation and consists mainly of the Council Directive 2006/88 and the Commission Regulation 1251/2008. For live crustaceans, only the USA is listed in Annex III of the Commission Directive and therefor able to export into the European Union. The Procedure for listing new countries is expected to last from 18 to 24 month. For further information and to view the full presentation click here .

© Stefan Meyer

Recent Developments in Global Shrimp Health Management

Kartik Baruah, Department of Animal Production & Management Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

Diseases such as Early Mortality Syndrome, White Spot Syndrome or Infectious Myonecrosis lead to financial losses worth billions of dollars. As diseases in terrestrial farming can be targeted by isolation and care taking of the sicken individual, this approach is – most often – not applicable in aquaculture. Here you can read about the Recent Developments in Global Shrimp Health Management.

© Stefan Meyer

Shrimp Farm Risk Management and Biosecurity Starts with the Hatchery

Craig L. Browdy, Zeigler aquaculture research center

Biosecurity of a Shrimp hatchery is essential to maintain a healthy stock and thereby ensure the safety of the subsequent production chain. Especially within the European Union – where the commercial reproduction of shrimps is still at its infancy – Biosecurity ought to be of special importance. Among many, live, fresh and frozen maturation feeds are possible vectors for shrimp diseases. With the use of artificial maturation feeds, a potential path of infection could be prevented. To learn more about artificial maturation diets, follow this link .

© Stefan Meyer

Current status of shrimp farming in Brazil

Felipe do Nascimento Vieira, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

In 2016, Brazilian Shrimp production accounts for about 7% of the global production. Due to the White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) and the Infectious Myonecrosis Virus (IMNV), the Brazilian production decreased from 90,000 tons in 2006 to 52,000 tons in 2016. To counteract this decline, the Brazilians developed strategies to minimize the risk of infection. Click here to find out how the problems are faced.

© Stefan Meyer

Reproduction of P. vannamei in Europe

Eric De Muylder, CreveTec

Due to the European import regulations and the decrease of US Hatcheries exporting Post Larvae into the EU, a shortage of PL supply emerged within the European Union. Therefore, a Shrimp hatchery located in the European Union might be the solution. Beside the advantage of being independent from external suppliers, a reduced transport duration benefits fitness, quality and health of the PL`s at arrival. Follow this Link to see the whole presentation.

© Stefan Meyer


Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP

Euroshrimp Bremen / Fish International 02/2018

FishInternational 2018 program and summary presentations

On request of the coordinators from the Fish International fair in Bremen, we decided to support them with their Aquaculture Workshop. The one-day conference consisted of four lecture series held in different event rooms: Recirculating Systems, Salmonids, Shrimps and Animal Health. The Shrimp session, accompanied and moderated by EuroShrimp, dealt with a variety of interesting and diverse topics.

The team of Fish International had organized an interesting and diversified day. In the afternoon, we all came together and reported on the most important results of the respective lecture series. You can have a closer look at the individual presentations of the shrimp session on our Website or look at the presentations of the other lecture series by following the Link to the Website of the Fish International.


Shrimp Farming

Progress and prospects of European shrimp farming –

RAS systems for shrimps and their farm management strategies

Bert Wecker, General Manager Förde Garnelen GmbH; Germany

Considering the higher production costs for shrimp farming in Europe there is essential need to implement new production technologies, farm management strategies and marketing concepts. Regarding production, the most relevant criteria are the optimization of water quality, the increase of stocking densities and the reduction of mortality/cannibalism in land based RAS farms. Therefore, farm management strategies are an important tool to improve production efficiency and to increase Competitiveness on the market.


Hatchery: Post-Larvae made in Europe?

Gerrit Quantz, General Manager Futurefish GmbH; Germany

Several shrimp farming projects have been initiated in Europe during the last years. Almost all of these projects are importing Post Larvae (PL) from hatcheries in the United States. This very limited option in the seed supply is the consequence of the very strict import regulations for live shrimp by the EU authorities and a bottleneck for the emerging industry. A basic layout for a shrimp hatchery will be presented with the characteristics of the different sections for breeding, hatching, first feeding, live feed cultures and the PL rearing.


Indoor shrimp aquaculture in Europe: feasibility, designs and experiences

Stefan Bruns, Managing Director Polyplan GmbH, Germany and Eric de Muylder, General Manager CreveTec bvba, Belgium

Within the past decade the level of interest in indoor shrimp farming has noticeably grown, thanks to the known high quality of the fresh product, still the implementation of projects is scarce. Realization mostly is hampered by improper financing and also by insecure, highly heterogeneous regulatory framework. Finally, investors are confronted with two distinctly different technical approaches: the Recirculating Aquaculture System design (RAS) and the Biofloc-Technology (BFT). This shared talk gives an overview over the feasibility and commercial aspects of these two designs. Furthermore, the talk gives an insight into the complex matter of the BFT from a biological perspective.


Marketing and the benefits of Certifications as marketing tool

Mike Berthet, Market Development Manager EU GAA

In this fast moving World of today, consumer’s expectation rise ever higher. Whether that be for innovation, instant gratification or the best that money can buy the security of ‘trust’ both in the product and in the Brand cannot be over emphasized. People want their view of a brand’s worthiness to be trusted unconditionally and interrogated and supported by a Third Party’ as this demonstrates the companies complete faith in their systems, their personnel, their product and their Brand and this in the end…helps sell more product.


The market for shrimps in Europe: perspectives from the European indoor shrimp farming sector + engineering considerations

Carlos Espinal, Managing Director LandIng Aquaculture B.V., Netherlands

The Shrimp farming sector is dominated by L. vannamei and second by P. monodon, whose production ranks tenth in volume and first in value. The Shrimp imports into the European Union value about two-thirds of the total value of all seafood products and more than 50 countries have been involved at some point with exporting into the EU. In this big market, where should the European shrimp farmers play?


Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP

#5 Euroshrimp@AE2019-Preliminary Program

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

EuroShrimp 2019 is planned for the morning of October 10th at Nordic RAS / European Aquaculture Society in Berlin, Germany. We currently have confirmed contributions of presentations from:


Kentucky State University, USA on their development of much cheaper salt mixtures for artificial seawater production in RAS


Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) in Holland who will be presenting their new metrics for diversifying shrimp farming worldwide


Naturland in Germany who will present their latest data on positioning RAS-produced shrimps within organic foods / bio-foods to vastly improve returns,


Nicola Scalise formerly of Ecoshrimp on his recent experience in L. vannamei PL production and (rapidly developing) future perspectives


Patrick Sorgeloos from Uni Ghent is expecting to join us with an update on the application by THAILAND for positive listing as a country to export live shrimp into the EU


David Bassett from the EATiP Secretariat will also be introducing the EU Horizon 2020 funded EURASTiP support action – You can find more information regarding their Exchanges and Brokerage events here – http://eurastip.eu/


Eric De Muylder from Crevetec gives an overview on the research he has done to avoid Vibrio in intensive Shrimp culture.
 

the final program will be send to you within the next weeks


On October 9th we also have a EuroShrimp get-together (with drinks!) and brainstorming session from 3 pm to 6 pm discussing:

  1. Overview of developments of PL production in Europe (Who is building hatcheries!)
  2. Cementing the Industry (5-10 years production in Europe…and now?)
  3. Estimating total European production (Collecting and reporting annual EU data)
  4. Latest Research Projects Joining Industry and Science
  5. Other pressing demands

Please: Contact us if you have other topic suggestions and contact us if you would like to present at the session or if you have any news you would like to share via the Euroshrimp portal or mail us at info@euroshrimp.de.
We are as always excited to hear from you.

Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP

#4 Euroshrimp@AE2019-Topic Selection

Euroshrimp 2019 is taking shape, and we’d like to inform you and involve you.  This mail is to tell you of the timing of the event and ask for your topic input.

On the 9th/10th of October in Berlin, at the European Aquaculture Society conference we will have a Euroshrimp meeting. The 10th in the morning is already blocked for Euroshrimp Industry presentations and the shrimp scientific presentation session in the afternoon.

If the topics, presentations etc. are greater than this timeframe, we will add a half-day on the 9th of October in the afternoon. If not, we can just meet for drinks and chat on the 9th later in the day.

We will confirm exact times as soon as we possibly can but please plan to join us in Berlin!

We suggest the following topics for the industry session:

  1. Overview of developments of PL production in Europe (Who is building hatcheries!)
  2. Cementing the Industry (5-10 years production in Europe…and now?)
  3. Estimating total European production (Collecting and reporting annual production for Europe)
  4. Alternative and new species (Are new species needed, what about co-cultures?)
  5. Latest Research Projects Joining Industry and Science
  6. Open session on pressing demands

Please: Contact us if you have other topic suggestions and contact us if you would like to present at the session! We are excited to hear from you.

Please feel free to be in contact if you have any news you would like to share via the Euroshrimp portal or mail us at info@euroshrimp.de.

p.s.

Suppliers – We have current requests across Europe for PLs and for broodstock animals, please contact me at mslater@awi.de if you can supply PLs or broodstock.

Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP

#3 Euroshrimp@AE2019-Announcement

The year 2019 is advancing rapidly with many new developments in the shrimp world. New farms and suppliers are being announced and contacting us each month, so our community continues to grow!

From October 7th to 10th this year the European Aquaculture Society will be holding its annual conference in Berlin, Germany. Gregor and I will be convening the shrimp scientific presentation section at the conference and we will also be holding the 2019 Euroshrimp Workshop in Berlin in conjunction with the conference!

We will be coming back to you with dates and locations and other details in the coming weeks.

For those of you who would like to make a scientific presentation please feel free to contact me at mslater@awi.de to discuss submitting an abstract. Further information about the conference and the sessions can be found here.

We at AWI and the University of Auckland have been busy, with the support of the Federal Ministry of education and Research and the Royal Society of New Zealand and have released new studies on sound in aquaculture including RAS and pond shrimp farms which can be found here. We continue our studies and hope to present you with some results directly testing the impact of soundscapes on shrimp stress and immune responses very soon.

Please feel free to be in contact if you have any news you would like to share via the Euroshrimp portal or mail us at info@euroshrimp.de.

Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP

#2 European Shrimp Feed Suppliers

As difficult as it is to believe, another year has flown by and it is time to wish you all a belated Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year for 2019!

The Euroshrimpers have a busy year 2018 behind them with workshops at the Fish International in Bremen, Germany at the start of the year and the excellent ‘Production of penaeid shrimp in Europe’ session so professionally organised and presented by Dr Stefan Meyer of the KNAQ Network at the World Aquaculture Society Conference in Montpellier, France.

At each meeting and workshop the numbers grow, and the diversity of producers, investors, researchers and suppliers expands and many new RAS farms have come into production this year. In the coming year, we plan to repeat the Euroshrimp 2017 (now 2019) conference in Bremen and are open to topic suggestions and ideas from all community members.

Last newsletter we took the time to report existing Post Larvae suppliers to Europe. This time, on the suggestion of Guillaume Le Reste in France (g.lereste@halieutica.net), we are providing our known list of diet suppliers into Europe. Suppliers vary, and some only offer products for specific life-stages, yet all those listed are supplying to European farmers!

LIST OF DIET SUPPLIERS

SupplierWebsite Diet types Notes
CreveTechttp://www.crevetec.be  Broodstock Hatchery Nursery GrowerFeeds are designed for intensive culture
DIBAQ ACUICULTURAhttp://dibaqacuicultura.es/en  Extensive and intensive extruded shrimp feedTailor made formulations on request
Le Gouessant Aquaculturehttp://www.aqua.legouessant.com  Conventional an organic shrimp feed Hatchery Nursery GrowerFeeds are designed for intensive culture
BioMarhttp://www.biomar.comHatchery Nursery GrowerFeeds are designed for intensive culture
Vitafeedhttp://www.spezialfuttermittelwerk.deGrower 
INVE AQUACULTUREhttps://www.inveaquaculture.comLive feed Broodstock Algal replacement Hatchery NurseryFeeds are designed for intensive culture
Zeiglerhttp://www.zeiglerfeed.com    Very broad product range but limited products available in the EUPersonal contact is required

Of course this list comes, as always with the most accurate information we can find, but of course can accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies. If you have any questions about suppliers or products (almost all of which we have tested), changes or suggestions, please contact us at info@euroshrimp.de

Proposed by ALFRED-WEGENER-INSTITUT    |    Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | Section of KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER    |    AQUACULTURE RESEARCH GROUP