Contact us


Expert's take

Despite being a recent development, modern aquaculture has rapidly been confronted with environmental, social and commercial issues that have acted as barriers to its development. Still, aquaculture has managed to grow and develop to the point where it has currently become one of livestock’s most flourishing sectors worldwide.
This remarkable performance is owed to various factors: a greater understanding of fish and shrimp’s nutritional needs, refined rearing methods, and a better knowledge of performance indicators within farms. These advancements have translated into the implementation of more effective and sustainable farming systems.


Every year, the global fish supply makes up an increasing share of aquaculture products.  Larger volumes of fish farming activities stem from an ever improving knowledge of these animals’ rearing cycles.


Shrimp farming has very marked characteristics compared to other aquaculture productions. Shrimp rearing methods must therefore take account of such physiological specificities as the molt and the feeding habits of shrimp. For this reason, production systems that are adapted to shrimp behavior can help farms generate a maximum of profits.