TARS 2019. Aquafeeds: Fit for Future. August 14-15 2019, Bali, Indonesia. Stay tuned for Program and Speaker updates.

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Aquafeeds: Fit for Future

 August 14-15, 2019      Bali, Indonesia
TARS 2019. Aquafeeds: Fit for Future. August 14-15 2019, Bali, Indonesia. Stay tuned for Program and Speaker updates.

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Jarin Sawanboonchun

Aquaculture Nutrition and Feed Specialist, Thailand

Jarin Sawanboonchun’s background is in aquaculture nutrition. Her expertise encompasses various aspects of production, including farm management, development of feed and nutrient technologies, and providing technical assistance to support fish and shrimp farmers in Thailand. She has considerable experience in the Asia region with the production of tropical and temperate finfish production systems, as well as good practical experience with farmer extension and training programs in aquaculture. She previously worked as Technical Sales Manager at Ridley Corporation (Thailand), where she provided technical and nutritional sales support to its aquafeed customers, recommended product improvements, and identified new business opportunities for the company. As a nutritionist at Gold Coin Specialties (Thailand), she was responsible for developing shrimp feed formulations (including functional feeds and zero fishmeal formulation) for feedmills in Thailand and Indonesia. At Cargill Animal Nutrition, she worked as Technology Deployment Manager for shrimp and fish where she was responsible for developing and maintaining shrimp feed formulations at the Petchaburi plant, and she played a leading role in the overall management of system integrity/feed formulation, and establishment of best management practices (BMPs) for aquaculture. At the FAO Expert workshop on “On-farm feeding and feed management in Aquaculture” Jarin reviewed and edited country-specific case studies on tilapia (Egypt and China), white leg shrimp (Vietnam), and carp polyculture (India and Bangladesh). In addition to coordinating national and regional training on the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management in the Bay of Bengal, she was responsible for the development of support materials and information networks. Jarin holds a master’s degree and PhD in aquaculture from the University of Stirling, Scotland.

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