Nutra Sprint for trout


  • Improves first feeding behaviour
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Good water stability

Early nutrition is essential for life performance. Nutra Sprint provides the foundation for fast growth, while meeting the specific nutritional needs of the fry, using ingredients that are easily processed by the developing digestive system.

Nutra Sprint is our smallest extruded starter feed, packed with vital nutrients to meet the nutritional needs of the salmonid larvae. Nutra Sprint is produced with selected raw materials that are highly palatable and digestible for the first feeding fish.

The slow sinking rate of the pellet makes the feed easily accessible and attractive to the fish. The water stability of the feed is carefully monitored during production to ensure good physical quality and reduced nutrient loss into the water.


Nutra Sprint is exported to France, Turkey, Canada, USA, Italy, Spain, and Norway.

Suitable for

  • Water treatment
  • Salmonid lifecycle
  • Salmonid lifecycle
  • Salmonid lifecycle
  • Transfer
  • Salmonid lifecycle
  • Salmonid lifecycle

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