Optiline for black tiger shrimp


  • State-of-the-art nutrition
  • High performances and efficiency
  • Flexibility in formulation
  • Maximum value
  • Fast growth
  • Low feed conversion ratio

Optiline is Skretting's prime grower feed for farmed shrimp. Skretting's Optiline Concept delivers our global nutritional solution, taking into consideration a range of criteria to ensure the specific nutritional requirements of the species are met to gain optimal performance.

Optiline supports optimal shrimp performances thanks to formulation relying on key nutrient levels fitting shrimp requirements (under field conditions) and optimal raw materials utilisation (based on optimal inclusion level and digestibility value). In addition, feeding management must be optimised to reach the highest efficiency.

Furthermore, Optiline provides high feed quality control through our standard operating procedures and regular raw materials and feed NIR analyses.


Optiline for shrimp is available in Ecuador and Australia.

Suitable for

  • Water treatment
  • Broodstock
  • Hatchery
  • Nursery
  • Post-larvae
  • Grower
  • Health

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