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Aquafeed Horizons conferences for aquafeed professionals.

Aquafeed Processing and Formulation Focus of European Conference

  (GERMANY, 5/9/2017)

These are exciting times for European aquaculture. Although many European countries such as Germany, France, Turkey and the Netherlands experienced a marked decline in animal feed production in 2016, aquafeed continued its meteoric growth, with an estimated 12 percent year-on- year production increase.

As the most dynamic and fastest growing segment of the feed industry, aquaculture feed is drawing the attention of the entire value chain, from feed manufacturers, ingredient suppliers and technology companies to aqua farmers. Once considered a specialty feed, along with feed for bees and frogs, aquafeed is now an important industry, predicted to be worth USD 122.6 billion within the next three years.

The Aquafeed Horizons conference focuses on practical information related to advances in feed formulation and processing. (Photo: Solveig O. Landsvik/CC BY-SA 3.0)

The huge research effort into the nutrient and health requirements of different species and growing understanding of the overall needs of an increasing number of species is paying off, with the development of diets specifically designed for different species of fish, shrimp and shellfish in different rearing conditions and throughout the different life stages.

 The Aquafeed Horizons series of conferences has been arming delegates with the latest processing and formulation solutions to help keep ahead of the trends and changes since 2006. (Photo: Solveig O. Landsvik/CC BY-SA 3.0)

The Aquafeed Horizons series of technical conferences, produced by Aquafeed.com, has been  an integral feature of Victam events for more than a decade and will also be an important part of Victam's new FVG Select networking event, taking place at the Koelnmesse, Cologne, Germany, June 13-14, 2017. The 2017 conference, which takes place on the second day of the event (June 14, 2017), is one of several grain and feed related specialty conferences. It will address advances in processing and formulation and will be an opportunity not only for aquafeed manufacturers to learn about developments in aquafeed production, but for all aquafeed sector stakeholders and for those interested in entering this exciting, complex, demanding and highly sophisticated industry.

The event will focus on a series of high quality industry conferences and matchmaking with colleagues and clients in the animal feed processing, grain processing, ingredients & additives, aquafeed, petfood and biomass pelleting industries. 

For more information about the 10th Aquafeed Horizons conference, including the program and to register click here. Registration is open and places at this meeting are limited.

About Aquafeed.com

Aquafeed.com is based in Hawaii and is the original on-line aquafeedinformation resource. Established in 1998, Aquafeed is recognized as the leading provider of sector-specific business, scientific and technical news and information - through its website, quarterly magazine, newsletters and the Aquafeed Horizons Conferences.

The Aquafeed Horizons conference has become a recognized event in the calendar for commercial aquafeed manufacturers. (Photo: Narek75/CC BY-SA 4.0)

Aquafeed is funded by advertising from some of the best feed ingredient and equipment suppliers worldwide, which allows up to provide all its news services free, in support of the industry.

Source: Aquafeed.com

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