Our feeds for shrimps
Thanks to our expertise, our formulations are fully optimised in order to meet the physiological and energy requirements of sea water species at all their physiological stages.
The diversity of the species and the different types of farming involve different feed specification criteria
There are different species : Penaeus monodon, Litopenaeus vannamei and Penaeus japonicus which have their own specific physiological requirements. However P. japonicus is the most carnivorous of these three named species, and as such, it requires an increased level of protein.
The farming techniques are extremely diverse. Farming in basins, in ponds, closed circuits to name but a few, with variable dimensions depending on the geographic locality of the farms.
We have several ranges of food at our disposal. Certain ranges meet the Aquaculture Biologique (Organic Fish Farming) specifications.
From fertilisation of the ponds to shrimp reproduction
Specific extruded feeds have been developed in order to provide a solution for the different stages and techniques used in shrimp producing farms.
- The natural fertilisation of farm ponds. A feed that is quickly dissolved when in contact with water.
- Fattening of shrimps in intensive systems. The feed keeps its characteristics when in contact with water.
- Fattening and closed circuits. A feed that is highly stable in water in closed circuit situations.
- Reproduction. A feed formulated for the optimisation of egg laying, and for improving the quality of eggs.
The feeds are adapted to suit all physiological stages. They are in crumb from 0,3 to 0,8 mm then in pellets from 1,2 to 3,1 mm in diameter.
For the L. vannamei the pellets go from 1,2 to 2 x 4,5 mm.