Attractability of probiotic-coated shrimp feed

Published on: 11/27/2015
Author/s : By Phuthongphan Rattayaporn, Srianek Patipon, Roeland Wouters, Geert Rombaut and Olivier Decamp

An increased palatability of feed when coated with a specific probiotic was discovered in this trial. The marine shrimp, having poor sight, need to recognise their environment by other senses, i.e. tactile, gustatory and olfactory. The olfactory sense is important because it will dictate whether a shrimp is attracted to an artificial feed. As a consequence, commercial feed manufacturers formulate...

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November 27, 2015
Which pro strain is must needed for digestion to shrimp? And antifungal?
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Olivier Decamp Olivier Decamp
Product Manager Farm & Feedmill
November 28, 2015
Dear Mr Venki,
Thank you for your interest. Please contact me at o.decamp@inveaquaculture.com and I will be happy to share more information on our products.
Regards,
Olivier Decamp
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