Let your shrimp grow naturally

Aquaculture faces diverse challenges such as environmental conditions, proper diet formulation and pathogens, which in turn will affect welfare and health of fish & shrimp deriving in reduced growth performance, lower feed efficiency and reduced survival

Phytogenic feed additives (PFA), thanks to their wide variety of mode of actions (MoA) can help to cope with those challenges and boost growth performance by strengthening mucosal barriers, improving nutrient update and reduce pathogen outbreaks.

Whileleg shrimp (Penaeus vannamei) is one of the most produced aquaculture species in the globe, so optimizing growth performance and feed efficiency is key for the good development of the sector and this can be achieved with the use of PFA in their diets.

What to get more insights?

Go directly to our article in International Aquafeed. 

Alex Makol

Alex Makol

Dr. Alex Makol has a strong background in fish nutrition. After studying Marine Biology in Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) in New Jersey (USA), he continued developing his scientific background with a Master in Aquaculture Fish Nutrition and completed his scientific background with a PhD in Aquaculture Fish Nutrition in the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC), in Spain. Alex joined to Delacon 4 years ago where he is responsible as Global Unit Manager Aqua to develop the Aquaculture line products.

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