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Previous delegates include representatives from the following companies:

BASF, Betagro, Biomar, Cargill,  Charoen Pokphand, DSM, De Heus, Ewos, Fwu Sow, Gold Coin, Inteqc Group, Le Gouessant, Matahari Sakti, National Prawn Company, Nofima, Novus, Nutreco, PT Central Proteinaprima, PT Cibadak Indah Sari Farm,  PT Japfa Comfeed, Skretting, Thailuxe, Thai Union Feedmill, Tom Boy Aquafeed, United Feeding Co., Vitarich, Woo Sung Feed Co., Zabeel Feedmill 

- and many more!

"Knowledge is power" -  Francis Bacon's conferences for aquafeed professionals


Our next conference:


~ Advances in Aquafeed Processing ~ 

Will take place June 9, 2015 at the Cologne Exhibition Halls (Koelnmesse), Cologne, Germany



• • •   Pre-registration required to guarantee your place. Early registration strongly advised  • • 


 About the conference


Did you know

More tons of seafood are farmed than beef?

More seafood is farmed than caught?

Aquafeed production grew by 17% last year?

Aquaculture shows a consistent 11% growth?

Can you afford to be left behind?


The continuing growth of aquaculture is no secret, but the technical and scientific know-how is far from simple. Consider the physical and nutritional demands of feed for differing aquatic environments, feeding habits, and sizes  of the hugely diverse range of aquatic species farmed today  and the complexity of producing aquafeeds becomes clear. 

On top of this, the industry is seeking sustainable protein alternatives, cheaper carb sources and new functional ingredients, so we see algal products, co-products from biofuel production and other novel ingredients becoming available. They hold the promise of helping the aquafeed manufacturer be environmentally responsibility, and achieve production efficiency and profitability – but do we know their processing implications?

Brought to you by the industry’s  knowledge communicator,, the 8th Aquafeed Horizons Conference will arm delegates with the latest processing information to meet head on the challenges facing this sector. 

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Towards Sustainable Feed and Food for the World : Working Together with International Organizations

- Alexandra de Athayde, Executive Director, International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF), Germany


Ingredient Selection and Extrusion  Parameters  for Aquatic Feeds

- Joseph P. Kearns, Vice President Aqua-Feed Div., Wenger Manufacturing, Inc., USA


Effect of Extrusion Technology on Physical and Nutritional Quality of Extruded Fish Feed

- Urs Wuest, Director Market Segment Aquafeed, Bühler AG, Switzerland


Future Possibilities and Demands in Salmon Feed Production

 - Dr. Mari Moren, Director of Nutrition and Feed Technology, Nofima AS, Norway


 Technical extrusion topic TBC

- Finn Normann Jensen, Director of Global Business  Development & Marketing, Andritz Feed & Biofuel A/S, Denmark


Practical Manufacturing Constraints and Their Impact on Feed Formulation Resource Allocation Models

- Ian Mealey, Head of Operations,   Format International, U.K.


Innovating by Experience : Ideas and Cases

- Dr. Olav Fjeld Kraugerud, Manager, Centre for Feed  Technology, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Norway


Advanced Research Initiatives for Nutrition & Aquaculture (ARRAINA): Fine tuning the delivery

Dr. Jorge Dias, Co-Owner & General Manager, Sparos Lda, Portugal


Acidifier Concepts in Aquafeed:Technical and Functional Considerations 

Tilman Wilke, Product Developer, Dr. Eckel GmbH, Niederzissen, Germany 


 * Program subject to change