Optiline for tilapia


  • Fast growth
  • Lower FCR
  • Less environmental impact


The research to develop the Optiline concept for tilapia has focused on digestible nutrient requirements, digestible energy needs and raw material flexibility in formulations.

Tilapia have a unique digestive system, and numerous trials at Skretting Aquaculture Research Centre (ARC) have enabled a comprehensive understanding of this and the nutritional requirements specific for tilapia. Most trials were conducted by our tilapia team at Skretting ARC Research station in Hezhoubei, China.

Optiline comes in 4 different pellet sizes and when fed in combination with Aquasim lowers production cost.

Based on extensive knowledge of tilapia nutrition, Optiline provides maximum value for tilapia farmers worldwide by allowing fast growth and low feed conversion ratio when fed at optimal feeding frequency.


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  • Water treatment
  • Broodstock
  • Hatchery
  • Nursery
  • Grower
  • Health

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