Optimised nutrition for tilapia

(Orechromis niloticus)

The lifecycle of Tilapia

Egg

When tilapia eggs hatch, the larvae rely on the yolk sac to provide the nutritional needs before they begin feeding.

Fry

In nature, there isn’t always a constant supply of feed and many fry will die during this first stage of life. In hatcheries however, sufficient amounts of high quality starter feeds can be continuously supplied, providing all fry with an equal opportunity to feed and ensuring a very high survival rate.

Fingerling

Tilapia are still vulnerable during the fingerling stage. Small in size and physiological not completely developed yet. Particularly, the immune system is still in its infancies. Vaccination and transfer from hatchery to nursery sites can give additional stress and injuries. Fingerlings continue to benefit from Nutra during this life stage.

Tilapia

Tilapia are fully developed and ready for fast growth and fish production. As females tend to grow less well and mature early, it is industry practice to use all-male populations. Optimal nutrition for the right size and fed at the right time is key to maximize growth and feed efficiency. Creating optimal farming conditions will contribute to better performance and survival in this stage.

Optimised feed for life start

Early nutrition is essential for life performance. Nutra is based on optimal particle size and the specific nutritional requirements for each life stage of tilapia from egg to fingerling, ensuring efficient feeding from the very start. Setting your fish up for life.

 

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Tilapia nutrient requirements

Basic tilapia nutrition research has to start to establish the nutrient requirements for the different life stages. It is a prerequisite for formulating cost-effective diets.

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Raw material evaluations

Tilapia has a stomach with a low pH and a very long intestinal tract enabling good digestibility of a large variety of raw materials. This allows us to make use of locally available raw materials and byproducts in feed production.

 

Creating a sustainable base for feed
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